Thanks to climate change, postcard-perfect lighthouses, parks, and seaside city blocks could soon be swallowed into the ocean.
New research shows dense, walkable neighborhoods are the hottest spots for environmental and social justice groups.
Advocates say genetically modified crops are regulated like crazy. Critics say they are totally unregulated. We hack our way through this rhetorical impasse.
The lunch, priced at $250 to $2,500, is the second show of support from Google for the anti-climate cause in recent weeks.
Grist contributor Lori Rotenberk talks about female farmers on WNYC, and takes a call from a “farmer’s husband.”
New research suggests that people of color are at a higher risk for extreme heat events.
"Abnormal" fire risks have become the new normal in the parched Southwest.
Four years ago, Obama's climate messaging focused on the benefits of a green economy. Why the sudden swing to science?
A reader urges her boyfriend to choose upcycled furniture over IKEA indulgence. Umbra pulls up a chair to the negotiating table.