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Biotech researchers think they've found a way to keep modified genes from escaping into other organisms.
The president wants to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership and other trade deals. Republicans are down with that. Democrats and enviros are not.
The Indian government is cracking down on climate groups that oppose coal projects, just ahead of Obama's planned state visit.
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists ticks its Doomsday Clock closer to midnight.
The military is trying to shift the habits, routines, and practices of individual service members.
NOAA's graph can't even handle the ocean's rising temperature... and neither can we.
Watch Sen. James Inhofe cite the Bible to prove that humans aren't causing climate change.
It's been five years since the Supreme Court's landmark ruling, which cleared the way for a huge influx of dirty-energy money into politics.
In their latest annual letter, the philanthropists also see big opportunities for helping poor farmers succeed and eradicating some diseases.
James Inhofe, the Senate's leading climate denier, is leading the charge to undermine the U.S.-China climate pact and a future Paris agreement.
Mandolin Orange gives a stunning performance for Grist's Pickathon On the Farm series.
Wilmar International is posting information about its supply chain -- and taking complaints if it falls short on its forest-saving commitments.
In Turkey Creek, Miss., environmental justice activists have won by forging uneasy alliances. Welcome to your new reality, Big Greens.
Nanopesticides herald the extreme tinification of agricultural chemicals and could spark a farming revolution. Gulp?
A reader wonders if she can hang 10 without leaving the planet in the soup. Umbra steps into the green room.
98 of our 100 senior legislators are now on the record that climate change is not fictional. But don't start telling them that people are responsible.
It's big-idea time for OpenIDEO's community-led clean energy challenge.
The hip-hop mogul announced today at the World Economic Forum summit in Davos that he and Al Gore are organizing Live Earth: Road to Paris.
Built some 75 feet underground, Louisville's Mega Cavern is the latest in a run of ridonculous urban bike parks. Sick, brah!
Specialist eaters like chinstrap penguins could face species-ending food shortages, while generalists like gentoo penguins thrive.