Susie Cagle

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

GMO labeling fight is out of the polls and into the stores

California's GMO labeling measure may have failed, but the food movement fights on with direct grocery action.

Election Day in drawings

Is the Bay Area really a bastion of eco-friendliness? We conduct our own California Election Day exit polls, in drawings.

Solar: The best of times, the worst of times

The U.S. solar industry is growing by leaps and bounds, but trade skirmishes with China are clouding the horizon.

As support for California GMO labeling wanes, campaign grows desperate

Fighting Monsanto's dirty money, Proposition 37 campaign has been getting weirder as time runs out before the election.

What could the presidential race mean for cities?

Will the presidential election affect smart growth and transportation in urban areas? Not as much as you might think.

Remember to vote — the environment, and this baby walrus, need you

This baby walrus is here to remind you: Tuesday is Election Day!

California’s GMO labeling proposition bruised by big money and big rumors

California's Proposition 37, aimed at labeling GMO foods, has fallen far.

Michigan race highlights all that’s wrong with climate and election reporting

Northern Michigan congressional race goes unchecked on climate change facts.

Dumpster-diving New Yorkers are not a sign of the apocalypse

"A heartbreaking scene" or a triumph in trash? Hungry New Yorkers are finding delicious food in city dumpsters.