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The city is lowering its default speed limit, which will prevent pedestrian deaths, assuming the cops actually enforce the law.
Many of the critters that adorn our T-shirts and fan hats are in serious trouble. Here's what we can do about it.
Dems should stop wasting time trying to win over rural whites and instead embrace the diverse, urban voters who value a clean environment.
The archetypal factory town struggles to turn "manufacturing renaissance" from a slogan into a reality.
A Tea Party mouthpiece says Obama's plan to clean up power plants is the "green movement's new Jim Crow." You'll be amazed at who's buying it.
When it comes to food and farming technology, our political and economic beliefs trump the field knowledge of what works and what doesn't.
A reader wonders if it's better to plug into the wall or his laptop. Umbra hooks him up with the latest in charger technology.
Cauliflower's delicate taste makes it an excellent foil to more flavorful ingredients. Pasta with Slow-Cooked Cauliflower, Anchovies, and Garlic will teach you the ways.
Twenty years ago Mike Richter helped the New York Rangers win the Stanley Cup. Now he wants to rack up wins for the climate.
Billions of gallons of contaminated wastewater are threatening the state's shrinking water supply.
The do-gooder ice-cream makers are supporting the GMO-labeling initiative in Oregon with a "Food Fight" flavor.
Turns out melting ice isn't the only thing the walruses have to worry about.
Even the Democratic Senate candidates who support the coal and oil industry are way better than their Republican opponents.
They’re both fugitives, and only the feds can track them down.
The GOP position on climate change is unstable, both intellectually and politically, and it's getting ever more awkward for candidates to stick to it.
According to a nifty new tool, California is out front with climate adaptation. Where you at, New York?
Whole Food is breaking ground in Southside Chicago, but can it also break down issues of gentrification and discrimination?
LEGO is letting go of its contract with Shell oil after Greenpeace released a depressing fake ad.
Klein dropped by the Grist office to chat with David Roberts about her new book, "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate."
Here are some of the causes and projects climate marchers are likely to be putting their shoulders behind in the wake of September's mass event.