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|Archived Since:||March 4, 2008|
If your post-apocalyptic future involves the worst of water-privatization and hand-to-hand combat, you know you're really in for it.
The climate psychologist and author of "Is Shame Necessary?" explains why need more shame (and less guilt) if we're going to fix the climate.
At farmers markets, accepting SNAP benefits is a win for low-income shoppers – and farmers, too.
A rainbow of perspectives from the Grist staff on the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
We've crowded nature out of much of our cities -- but we can always invite it back in.
Lithium is one helluva drug.
Grist's Ben Adler and MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil talk about Adler's essay on how gentrifying cities can avoid the mistakes Brooklyn has made.
Scientists now suspect that a major cause of dementia could be the air we breathe.
As the state's drought grinds into a bone-dry summer, California is adjusting its rules. Now people have to make the new rules work.
Parisian cabbies are allegedly protesting Uber by blocking roads, but we know what they're REALLY doing.
China's latest disgusting food scandal gives a whole new meaning to the term "dry-aged beef."
Fish escaping from aquaculture pens is a really big problem, with a really great name: Fishbreaks!
The former Maryland governor is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination on an audaciously ambitious environmental platform.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by climate change news, don’t — I repeat, DO NOT — stop to smell the roses. Because they are probably more …
Maybe government can actually act, sometimes. And maybe common sense could become a driving force in our national decision-making.
There are so many possible explanations for why honey bee populations have been in decline. Here they all are, carefully evaluated.
A reader asks for alternatives to plasticky, over-packaged dental floss. Umbra sinks her teeth into some answers.
A sting operation checking out if Whole Foods prices are really supposed to be that high found that “every label was inaccurate."
Farmers have to go through two security clearances and have their wares sniffed by a K-9 unit before setting up shop.
An overdependence on groundwater is costing millions of dollars in damage in the idyllic coastal town.