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The correlation isn't as direct as you might think. But it still points to us needing much denser cities.
Take a video tour of Saltwater City -- and meet Canadian foodies and fishermen.
The climate change language police just struck again in Wisconsin.
Climate scientists curtailing their air travel would only make a tiny dent in carbon emissions, but a new paper argues they should do it anyway.
Watch Portland-based pop-rockers, Ages and Ages, belt out their toe-tapping tune, "I See More," at last year's Pickathon.
California's water woes have sent waves of guilt through the ranks of almond-eaters, but the real trouble lies with our antiquated, crazy rules for distributing water.
When we talk about sexual assault, we often talk about scary strangers and dangerous cities.
Los Angeles has a new master plan that sets ambitious goals for a more sustainable urban future -- and puts the kibosh on grassy lawns.
Establishment Republicans are moving away from denialism, but they’re not about to start promoting climate solutions.
And they could help you get a date.
From grand old parks designed by the masters to tiny pocket parks in the barrio, the Windy City is going green.
This week, our roundup of badass women in the news also includes a marine scientist building a coral sperm bank and a Detroit public schools worker.
These maps present America as a predictable, confusing, frightening, and utterly fascinating mess. We call her Mavis.
A UC Davis researcher, working with citizen scientists, has been tracking flattened animals. Here's what they've learned.
Leap has only one route, wood paneling, and iced coffee for $5. It might also make you queasy. Is this the future of commuting?
The group intends to show that climate-denying Republican candidates are under the thumbs of major donors like the Koch Brothers.
A North Carolina minister just slammed his state's energy monopoly for trying to turn poor people and people of color against solar power.
But state agencies are ignoring the evidence, and it could cost them.
It is with great sadness but also no small degree of pride that we are writing to share the news that David Roberts will be leaving Team Grist.
A former NASA engineer launched a new startup that would use drones to plant 1 billion trees a year.