A reader wonders if her trenta caffe latte makes a grande mark on the planet. Umbra does a little venti-ing.
Epic smog has settled over the City of Love, so officials are taking drastic steps to clear the air.
A sneak peak at a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist's new book about the tar-sands oil rush.
Will climate change complicate human attempts to adapt to a warmed world -- just as it complicates human attempts to study it?
More than half of the wastewater injection wells being used by frackers in the state are within 10 miles of a recently active fault.
America could go dark for up to 18 months if terrorists struck a few key points along the grid. Small-scale solar could make the system more resilient.
Do you really see our love affair with cheddar, bacon, and Greek yogurt going anywhere?
Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) tells Grist what he hoped to accomplish by getting nearly a third of senators to stay up all night talking about climate change.
Jafflechutes will send your sandwich floating down from the sky. (And yes, sometimes it gets stuck in a tree.)
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