"Merchants of Doubt" feels like a dystopian science fiction film -- except it’s a documentary, and it’s about shady climate science in the United States right now.
Grist’s science editor Amelia Urry appeared on MSNBC’s Greenhouse to talk about how our water usage has more to do with food than what comes out of our faucets.
Climate change is leading to fewer and smaller ponds on Alaska's Barrow Peninsula.
Residents of the notoriously green city are fighting the oil giant's plans to dock its Arctic drilling fleet at the local port.
Chace Crawford will star as Billy, a "handsome and ambitious born hustler" making his way in fracking country.
There’s at least an 80 percent difference in CO2 emissions between the dirtiest tar-sands oil and the least-dirty non-tar-sands variety.
A new model of the West Antarctic ice sheet shows friction's role in keeping the giant slab from collapsing.
Thanks to a disclosure law in California, we now know that frackers are polluting water with petroleum chemicals, heavy metals, radioactive elements, and carcinogens.
Re-engineering the climate might slow warming, but it does nothing for communities on the ground, says Simon Nicholson of American University.
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