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Drake is one of the most successful image makeover stories in hip-hop.
It's so warm that the park's famous grizzlies are coming out of hibernation earlier than ever before.
The state supreme court ruled that Mississippi Power "exceeded its authority" when it raised electricity rates for 186,000 households to fund a controversial, $6.17 billion power plant.
When it comes to drought in the West, we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
The U.S. isn't as bad as you'd think …
States are charged with implementing Obama's carbon rule for power plants. Which ones will cooperate and which ones won't?
Community land trusts can guarantee a level of economic diversity in urban neighborhoods, and help locals take charge of their own destiny.
We talked to Oscar-winning documentarian Louie Psihoyos about how our tech-obsession might help save disappearing species, even if it's also killing them.
The Interior Department is clearing the way for Shell to try drilling again off the Alaska coast, a treacherous undertaking on so many levels.
Grist's resident relationship counselor sat down with three well-meaning lovebirds who just want to up their sustainability game this year.
Are you an early-career journalist, storyteller, or multimedia wiz who digs what we do? Then Grist wants you!
Not only is raccoon meat perfectly legal in California, it's also a brilliant way to reduce food waste.
Since a GOP-controlled Congress is unlikely to embrace the mandatory labeling some Democrats support, don't hold your breath on this one.
"My love is like a summer's day" -- rapidly warming, thanks to climate change.
Is this an encouraging sign in the fight against rising sea levels?
Professor Andrew Maynard tackles Ebola, e-cigs, green potato chips, and more in his lovable YouTube series Risk Bites.
Watch an acoustic version of Canadian indie-rocker Mac DeMarco's song "Salad Days."
21st century technology promises to turn a dirty fuel in to green energy. But at $6.1 billion and counting, the dream of "clean coal" is still out of reach.
Is carbon capture and sequestration a net win for the climate? That depends on how you crunch the numbers.
A reader discovers that his credit card company is funding dirty energy. Umbra looks out for the planet's best interest.