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Geoscientist Raymond Pierrehumbert argues that carbon dioxide is always worse than shorter-lived pollutants like methane.
If passed, the Charge Ahead California Initiative would subsidize electric cars for low-income drivers throughout the state.
Now that we have 243 pieces of evidence that fracking is not GREAT for the people who live near it, can we stop pretending otherwise?
Energy companies poised to dig into California's reserves are breathing a sigh of relief.
How Boise Fry Company is building a better food system.
A new project looks back at the superstorms that have ravaged U.S. coasts, and to the future, and storms yet to come.
Even if we slash greenhouse gases immediately, the dangerous effects of global warming will continue for centuries to come.
A new report on climate change doesn't bode well for Hawaii's tourism industry.
Grist's climate and energy blogger is about to return from a year-long sabbatical. Perfect time to revisit his top 10 posts.
How Manoa Chocolate is building a better food system.
Someone is actively soliciting all of the 5-for-$15 thongs you’ve accumulated over the course of your post-Bat Mitzvah (hopefully?) life.
Cultivation, fermentation, distillation: a glass of brandy is made possible by millennia of conspiracy between nature and technology, orchestrated by human beings.
A new generation of architects builds community and sustainability right into their designs.
“This is no cause for alarm,” one official said. Um, yes it is.
Despite a worldwide boom in clean energy, the International Energy Agency warns that governments need to keep encouraging growth or investments will slip.
How Alake's Pecans is building a better food system.
Gender equality is a climate issue, so any step toward ensuring that women and men have equal rights and opportunities is good for the planet.
A new study finds that around the globe, sun-wary swimmers slough off more than 13 million pounds of sunscreen each year. That's bad news for fish.
One of the greatest environmental and economic disasters in the nation's history is rushing toward a catastrophic conclusion over the next 50 years, so far unabated and largely unnoticed.
Recent news reports have raised alarms about thousands of birds dying in the desert. Here's what we know, and what we don't.