Mississippi River

Architect team weaves the Mississippi River’s only waterfall into Minneapolis’ urban fabric

Architect team weaves the Mississippi River’s only waterfall into Minneapolis’ urban fabric

The powerful St. Anthony's Falls is credited as the birthplace of Minneapolis, a city that used hydropower to become the world's milling capital. To celebrate the site, the city commissioned a design for

Read More >

Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Washington University's school of architecture teamed up with the Audubon Center at Riverlands and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Rivers Project Office to design and construct the bird blind using

Read More >

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone to Triple in Size this Year, NOAA Warns

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone to Triple in Size this Year, NOAA Warns

Every year runoff carried by the Mississippi River creates a "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico - and this year it is expected to triple in size, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Read More >

Army Corps Of Engineers Races to Deepen Mississippi River as Drought Threatens to Close it to Shipping Traffic

Army Corps Of Engineers Races to Deepen Mississippi River as Drought Threatens to Close it to Shipping Traffic

Mississippi River photo from Shutterstock 2012 saw the United States hit by some of the most devastating droughts in recent memory. However it's not just America's farmers and agricultural developers

Read More >

Environmental Groups Sue EPA over Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone”

Environmental Groups Sue EPA over Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone”

The Oil Industry isn't the only culprit in the slow destruction of the Gulf of Mexico — environmental groups claim that an area the size of Massachusetts is now a "dead zone due to Mississippi River

Read More >

Invasive Species Threat Inspires Jeanne Gang to Reimagine Chicago’s South Side

Invasive Species Threat Inspires Jeanne Gang to Reimagine Chicago’s South Side

When an environmental problem arises and the Army Corps of Engineers fails to act, leave it to an architect to pick up the reins. The Great Lakes, a vital source of fresh water, are threatened by Asian

Read More >

Six Years After Katrina, Tropical Storm Lee Hits the Gulf Coast

Six Years After Katrina, Tropical Storm Lee Hits the Gulf Coast

Almost exactly six years after Hurricane Katrina slammed New Orleans, producing one of the worst natural disasters in American history, the Gulf Coast is set to get battered by another major storm. By all

Read More >

  • Read Inhabitat

  • Search Categories

  • Recent Posts

  • Recent Comments

  • Browse by Keyword

get the free Inhabitat newsletter

Submit this form
popular today
all time
most commented
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
Federated Media Publishing - Home