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The sunshine state is ready to fight for its auto emissions standards.
The American Civil Liberties Union is trying to stop the search warrant.
The Native Nations Rise march was the latest mobilization in the years-long battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Draconian budget cuts. Evisceration of the EPA. More denier dolts in the cabinet. The eco-carnage just keeps on coming.
An oil company just made the largest onshore oil discovery in the U.S. in 30 years: 1.2 billion barrels beneath Alaska’s North Slope.
In his letter of resignation, Mustafa Ali asked Pruitt to value the lives of poor and non-white people.
Jon Huntsman has called on his fellow Republicans to believe scientists and start dealing with global warming.
That contradicts decades of science.
What we need is a new food system that keeps people fed and ecosystems healthy.
Meanwhile in Washington D.C., indigenous people from across the country and their allies are gathering for the Native Nations March.
Climate change will disrupt more than half of the world's oceans in the next 15 years.
Grist is turning 18, and, just like so many wide-eyed and bushy-tailed young adults, it’s ready for its next chapter. As the team and I pack up the ol’ minivan (electric-powered, natch) with Grist’s beloved irreverence, boxes of groundbreaking stories, …
Author Florence Williams talks trees, cities, and creativity in her new book "The Nature Fix."
Its website change signals a shift in the agency's direction.
The government labeling program for energy-efficient appliances and consumer products is on the president's chopping block.
On average, businesses saved $14 for every $1 invested in reducing food loss.
Grist's beloved advice columnist is back with a new, civic mission.
For the sake of our lungs, let’s hope so.
Scrapping this “small but mighty” program means less money to prepare for rising seas and other threats to the country's coasts.
Brady Piñero Walkinshaw will lead an organization focused on solutions, equity, and reader action.