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There are lots of hopeful signs that Detroit is taking sustainability seriously, with bicycling, recycling, urban agriculture, green architecture and renewable energy each at the forefront of serious conversations about the city's future. A long time coming, but well worth the wait.

Green Features

A cyclist on the Dequindre Cut

10 Years of Change: The evolution of Detroit's non-motorized transportation network

In just a decade, Detroit has grown from a city lacking non-motorized transportation options to one with a growing infrastructure for cycling and walking and a nascent bike culture.

Kevin Bingham stands next to a healthy ash tree in front of his home

13 years after emerald ash borer's arrival, metro Detroit communities embrace tree diversity

The emerald ash borer arrived in Michigan in 2002, and it quickly wreaked havoc on metro Detroit's urban canopy. Thirteen years later, local communities are embracing tree diversity to make up for the losses caused by this invasive species.

Industry on the Detroit River

A look at how climate change will affect Detroit neighborhoods

By the end of the century, Detroit's climate could be more like that of southern Missouri today. Here's a look at the challenges climate change poses to Detroit and the neighborhoods most at risk.

Jackie Bejma, executive director of LAND, Inc.

From bioswales to pennycress: How Detroit neighborhoods are going from gray to green

In Detroit, aging "gray" infrastructure poses challenges to the environment, but plenty of opportunity exists to develop green infrastructure that can heal it.

Corktown Mkt List

Coming in May, the Corktown Farmers Market will feature produce grown in the neighborhood

Located on a strip of land along Michigan Avenue between the Lodge Service Drive and the Detroit Institute of Bagels, the new market will be open Thursdays, 3-7 p.m., from May through October.
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