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Students live rent-free in a retirement home in the Netherlands in exchange for working with elder residents.
Umbra advises a landlord whose tenants were tough on their tub -- but the lack of options leaves her fuming.
Michele Combs, founder of Young Conservatives for Energy Reform, is working to engage Republicans on clean energy and climate change.
This fall season, fall in love with savory apple flatbread.
Guaranteed health benefits for coal miners and their spouses might be used to pay the bills for a bankrupt coal company.
Advocates are hoping a new school lunch law will include some modest additions to the national programs.
Two products sold at Whole Foods came under fire for using inmate labor.
U.S. Oil Sands has started drilling in Utah -- even though the tar-sands industry in Canada is struggling to make a profit.
Unlike solar panels, artificial leaves store their own energy.
After years of drought and shortsighted land-use planning, the water crisis has intensified for residents in California's self-reliant communities.
In honor of recreational sex, our chasers for the week are going to be as unreasonably caliente as we can muster.
The CEOS of Kellogg, General Mills, and eight other companies published a letter calling for action and made a visit to Capitol Hill.
Grist chats with Canadian filmmaker Avi Lewis about the project, political manifestos, and the pope.
The EPA just tightened its rule on ozone pollution, but not nearly enough.
The U.N.'s new development goals are lofty and ambitious. The devil, as usual, is in the details of the metrics.
Activists are pushing to make climate a major topic in the Democratic primary debates, and that's a great idea for a number of reasons.
Good riddance, seal pups! We're finally exterminating your least favorite mammal.
A black business leader is accepting money from Big Oil and fighting against clean air.
A kayaker had a complete meltdown when a curious bear started messing with her boat.
Neutrogena's social media campaign says we can save tons of water by using its wipes to wash our faces. Reality is messier than that.