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Does "Snowpiercer" herald an age of well-made sci-fi where climate change is the Big Bad of choice?
In the conservative Daily Telegraph, a business journalist warns the fossil fuel industry that solar is going to eat its lunch.
Japan and China want to buy gas from Siberia, so shipping companies are going to take a shortcut through melting ice.
A new analysis finds that flooding from storm surges is getting worse as sea levels rise.
Green Heron Tools sells farming and gardening products made for women by women.
Brace yourself: New research suggests that even slight warming causes a marked increase in kidney stones.
We present you with a proposal -- the only logical next step in bringing the message of climate change mitigation to a broad TV audience.
Ohio's Rust Belt cities are plagued with poverty and pollution. James has pledged to help the youth there, but this is no slam dunk.
We already knew about the "smart idiot" effect. Now, meet the "rich idiot" effect.
Investing in infrastructure for cyclists means fewer cars on the road, as well as less pollution, congestion, sedentary-lifestyle health problems, and traffic fatalities.
Meet Kilez More, the Austrian rapper who entertains Heartland Institute conferences with 'killer' rhymes about evil climate scientists.
In Colorado's beautiful Thompson Divide, locals are trying to stop drilling before it begins.
As utilities see how distributed solar, aided by new storage tech, can chip away at their monopolies (and profits), they're fighting back.
Grist presents a brief catalogue of different conditions that threaten the modern urban woman trying to get from Point A to Point B.
Antarctic tourists are trampling the place, which is why John Oliver's begging you not to go.
International espionage just got seedier.
A cool photo project by Gregg Segal shows people cozying up to the garbage they amassed in seven days.
The EPA has proposed new rules to cut use of HFCs, refrigerants that also happen to be potent greenhouse gases.
An art project serves up gourmet meals, made from produce that would otherwise go to waste, in a setting that can only be called trashy.
Ride along with Uber’s twists and turns in this interactive infographic.