Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club, visited the Grist office last week. We thanked him by making him play Vs., our new favorite game.
Alec Johnson chained himself to an excavator to stop Keystone XL. A year later, he's still awaiting trial -- and hoping to set a helpful precedent for protesters.
Why would they? The Finnish capital will have a smartphone-enabled travel network that combines small buses, self-driving cars, bicycles, and even ferries.
Kelp's not only poised to become the next big thing to hit our plates. It's making its way into our brews, too.
Hot, dry weather is triggering wildfires that are eating up forests in the Northwest Territories in Canada, and in the U.S. West too.
The Pullman rail strike in Illinois cut off all rail service west of Detroit, leaving California train-less and mail-less.
They're not just for scaring hippies at airports anymore.
Bioethics professor Matthew Liao says we could solve climate change by shrinking people down and making them averse to eating meat. The rest of us wonder why the word "ethics" is in his title.
Australia is now the first country in the world to undo a price on greenhouse gas pollution, thanks to its climate-denying prime minister.
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