Park(ing) Day reclaims sections of pavement to create green spaces in the cityscape. Read more


Green building is becoming the standard for new homes. Read more

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China’s ban on imported waste forces local governments to rethink recycling. Read more


Getting up close and personal with the James elicits a new appreciation for the river. Read more

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Richmond businesses and universities embrace sustainability. Read more


A documentary featured in the RVA Environmental Film Festival highlights the diversity of a growing population of "EV" drivers. Read more


A Richmond survey records a wide range of temperatures on the same day. Read more


After three fraught years, Ryan and Travis Croxton's prized catch is about to make its debut. Read more


Explore natural wonders outside your back door with apps, classes and local programs. Read more


Richmond nonprofit Viridiant hosts an Earth Day weekend tour of green homes and an environmentally friendly 5K. Read more


Rain gardens provide an elegant solution to a dirty little problem. Read more

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Films on the Floodwall features works by local filmmakers about the James River. Read more


Starting this weekend, four artists will paint their winning designs along Harrison Street as part of the 2nd Annual Storm Drain Art Project, an effort to draw attention to the need to keep trash out of the James River. Read more


Eco-friendly health care activities range from urban gardening at the VCU Health campus to award-winning initiatives at Bon Secours facilities. Read more


RVAH2O presents the 2nd annual Storm Drain Art Project to raise awareness and help prevent pollution via storm drains. Read more


For nearly 10 years, the RVA Environmental Film Festival has illuminated the wonders of our planet and the ecological challenges it faces. Read more

Stage & Screen

Two urban homesteaders create a community oasis. Read more

Sunday Story

Green roofs are a growing trend. Read more

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City Council members vote to continue a controversial ordinance on the Reedy Creek stream restoration project after the Richmond Planning Commission deadlocked the week prior on the issue. Read more


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