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Mega Development Along the Chicago River to Impact Chicago’s Future
The 53-acre mixed-use development, Lincoln Yards, will neighbor several existing neighborhoods such as the affluent Lincoln Park neighborhood, Bucktown and Wicker Park.
Map: Where to find Chicago’s Recycling Centers
Where can you take items for recycling? There are seven places around the city where residents can drop their recycling items off.
Revive and Thrive at UIC: The Heritage Garden’s Vision for Growth
The Heritage Garden student interns coordinated an event that featured different local gardeners, community members and organizations that share the organization's values.
How Wastewater is Used to Monitor City’s COVID-19 Response
The Chicago Department of Public Health had successfully shown strong correlations between wastewater surveillance data and the surge of Omicron variant.
Chicago Beaches, Water Conservation Projects Fight Eco-Anxiety
When Zakira Langia goes to the beach along Lake Michigan, she notices glass and plastic bottles overtaking the scenery, which could be very dangerous.
Chicago Environmental Activists Organize Against Line 3
Even after seven years of resistance from environmental activists nationwide, the Canadian pipeline company, Enbridge, declared the Line 3 pipeline fully operational in October.
Study: Chicago Among Leaders in Sustainable Initiatives
In April of 2021, The City of Chicago released the Green Recovery Agenda, a continuation of ongoing municipal projects that attempt to reduce fossil fuel emissions and transition to clean energy.
Why is Chicago’s Lakefront Washing Away?
As water levels continue to increase over the past seven years, some areas along Chicago's lakefront are eroding away, causing fear with vanishing beaches and issues with residents and their homes.
Mapping Chicago: What to Do and Where to Go in the City
Chicago on the Go: Mobile Stories Around the City in February
Diverse Communities Experience Health Disparities During the Pandemic
Experts: Chicago’s Rental Market Full of Many Complex Realities
Chicago’s Minimum Wage Workers Struggle to Afford Housing Amidst Soaring Costs
Gender Rights and Issues
Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
The Chicago Stumbler
Red Line Project Radio