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Just because you’ve “heard” “bad things” about smog doesn’t mean they’re true.
Russia, the U.S., and Canada are all pushing for greater control over the North Pole. Could be the the coldest war ever!
There are replacement bananas in the works, but apparently they taste kind of like apples.
Say, "Hi, a coffee, please," and your espresso will cost about $2; for a rude customer, the price is almost $10.
Nutella, much like Carmen Sandiego, is highly sought after. But try to track it down, and things get tricky.
This is even better than Photoshopping a doctor's note or forging your mom's signature. (How old are you, anyway?)
What’s great about supporting Grist? You get piping-hot green news each day -- and we also have swag.
A reader wonders what can be done with all those grocery bags. Umbra is chock full of good ideas.
In conjunction with a lot of other factors, but still.
Paul Ryan and Patty Murray's budget plan could lead to increased funding for national parks, clean water, and clean air.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil will dump 2.72 million tons of carbon dioxide into Earth’s atmosphere.
So you're a member of the food coop and the community garden and you kit out your bike like a Victorian gentleman? Sorry, you just got out-retro-cooled.
A wall of offshore turbines could have reduced Hurricane Katrina's wind speeds by half and storm surges by even more, researchers say.
This is probably not the ideal way to deal with Beijing's epic air pollution, but at least you can pretend to be a walrus.
But what does it mean for a fish to be anxious?
College administrators may be giving divestment protesters the cold shoulder, but some Wall Street leaders are warming up to the idea of accurately pricing climate change.
After seeing the documentary Blackfish, the "I Love Rock 'N' Roll" rocker hit SeaWorld with a cease and desist.
The magazine's gore-filled investigation into animal farming brings the horror, but leaves context on the slaughterhouse floor.
But the reindeer didn't stay free for long.