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The "evercan" uses more recycled aluminum than most cans on the market right now -- but Big Beverage isn't on board yet.
More than a third of shrimp in the U.S. are mislabeled. Guess you can feel extra bad about those Endless Shrimp this year.
Democrat Mary Burke, a former exec at Trek Bicycle, has a good shot at beating right-wing Walker and becoming the state's next governor.
When you get tangled up with illegal fishing, sometimes you get caught.
Recent changes to the rules of California's carbon market threaten to allow substantial "leakage," which would merely shuffle emissions, not eliminate them. This is a Bad Thing.
Monsanto's "Director of Millennial Engagement" studied a handlebar-mustached salesman to learn all about you.
Meet the next generation of robber barons, the Koch brothers.
A Gristory of candy love and hate.
A reader is scared about the wasteful side of Halloween. Umbra carves out an answer.
Air pollution in China is a national problem -- but that's not stopping the fashion industry from glammin' up the protective gear!
To assess this particular Moment in Food, there is no better gauge than counting the number of times a writer mentions kale.
Hope you're planning to stock that bunker with some home-canned local goodies!
For the past five years, the Alliance for Climate Education has been schooling kids on climate change. A new study says it's working.
Satellite images show just how much some neighborhoods were changed by Hurricane Sandy.
Grist talks to Rick Weiland, a Democrat waging a long-shot campaign. Unlike other Dems in red states, he wants to fight climate change, Keystone XL, and Big Oil.
Ships will bring your iPhone from China -- and a whole lot of "black carbon" too.
The latest report from the IPCC is due out Sunday -- and it’s expected to use scarier language than the previous installments.
We force New York Times food writer Mark Bittman to choose between almond and dairy milk -- plus other hard calls.
A short film about a father and son on a hog farm gets at agriculture's hard trade-offs and everyday traumas.
Bump Mark, a new food label made out of gelatin, could substantially reduce the amount of food sent to landfills each year.