Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle writes and draws news for Grist. She also writes and draws tweets for Twitter.

Cities compete to win Bloomberg funds for innovative projects

One idea from Milwaukee: Turn foreclosed houses into local food processing and education centers. Yum!

Shell to ‘pause’ Arctic drilling in 2013

Shell says it needs more time to figure out how best to drill the hell out of Alaska's offshore areas.

Why shouldn’t you eat horse?

It's cheap, healthy, and legal, so why don't American meat-eaters want to tuck into some pony?

From red to black: How Philly remade its transit system

In the '90s, Philadelphia's transit network was plagued by $75 million in debt and an FBI investigation. Now it's celebrating a major turnaround.

Global food giants get bad grades on environment and ethics

A new report from Oxfam finds that multinational processed food purveyors don't treat their workers or the environment very well.

Climate change could kill big U.S. reservoirs

Lake Mead and Lake Powell could be toast as the climate gets hotter and water gets scarcer, according to a new study.

Marissa Mayer

Can Yahoo be more ‘efficient’ with more workers driving to the office?

What could this decision mean for other telecommuters, and for the planet?

Notoriously polluting Carnival Cruise Lines faces legal troubles

Legal actions against Carnival cruise ships don't call out its eco-ills, but we'll take what we can get.

Organic tomatoes are healthier for you, researchers find

Organically grown tomatoes contain more vitamin C and cancer-fighting phenols than their conventional peers, according to a new study.