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Like many well-intentioned things, an organic farm's fight against a natural gas compressor station failed.
A new study finds that people living near big box stores have higher rates of obesity and diabetes. What's the connection? Look at the streets.
A Grist fellow visited the Lummi Nation, to find out how the tribe has been able to successfully push back (so far) against Big Coal.
Anthony Ingraffea argues that fugitive methane emissions turn natural gas from a climate benefit into yet another strike against fossil fuels.
In a world that is heating and cooling at increasingly uncontrollable rates, we need more black youth learning how to work with sustainable technology, and less of them in jail or dead.
Under new rules, old tank cars won't be ferrying explosive Bakken crude. Instead, they'll carry dirty tar sands crude.
How else does one deal with the cognitive dissonance of being on a business trip in a place that is notoriously drenched in lust and debauchery?
Since the Discovery Channel is just making stuff up, we've put together a list of the best real-life shark cams. Call it The People's Shark Week.
The best part about this pesto? The ingredients are mostly in your backyard.
There's a new mini Gold Rush as rivers are drying up and prospectors are moving in.
Star scientist Sylvia Earle dives deep in a splashy new Netflix doc about oceans.
The next step in a green direction: The computer giant will prohibit the use of benzene and n-hexane in final assembly of iPhones and iPads.
Texas loves Big Oil, and the state has let companies run pipelines pretty much anywhere. But Texas also loves property holders, and some of them are unhappy.
California's high-speed rail is only the latest public megaproject to be stuck in the overpromise-overspend cycle -- because we make it hard for officials to be honest.
Hint: They're the ones who will be most screwed by it.
A reader threatens to use an air duster to clean her office. "Drop the spray can and step away from the computer," says Umbra. "We don't want anyone to get hurt."
We teach you how to make these treats using little more than foraged berries and the dashboard of your car.
Roughly 23 million bikeshare rides have been taken since 2007, but no one has died and accident rates are low, according to experts.
A new study reports that oil and gas companies frack at much shallower depths than they want you to know -- and much closer to water you might want to drink some day.
Ants might be able to speed up carbon dioxide absorption in rocks. Is this a viable way to fight global warming?