Grist's green-living pioneer, the Greenie Pig, scours the land for alternatives to chemical-laden shampoo, and finds the answer right in the kitchen cabinet.
After diagnosing what went wrong on cap-and-trade, political scientist Theda Skocpol suggests one way to proceed. It's not a very good one -- so here's an alternative.
New research shows that climate change will expand habitats across Northern Europe for many mammals.
We can’t shop our way out of a broken food system, says Wenonah Hauter. The head of Food & Water Watch talks about her book "Foodopoly" and taking on the corporate system.
The Population Institute honors our illustrated feature "7 Billion, Unpacked."
Public support for action on climate change keeps increasing -- but nothing will happen without a loud, active, well-funded faction threatening to punish intransigent politicians at the ballot box.
In a comprehensive account of the cap-and-trade fight of 2009-10, Harvard political scientist Theda Skocpol identifies the core problem: the radicalization of the GOP.
Cities tend to adopt easier policies first, according to a new report.
Is it possible to get your head around global warming if you think the Earth is only 6,000 years old? Why yes, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe. In fact, the future of the planet may depend on it.
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