Anslee Connell is one of the few full-figured designers making her fare out of recycled fabrics. And she hopes her work will empower women to feel good and do something awesome.
Michael Moss, author of "Salt Sugar Fat," talks to Grist about how these three ingredients make processed food so addictive -- for both consumers and companies.
The notoriously filthy Reid Gardner coal plant has been falsifying pollution data, and Nevada officials aren't doing shit about it, so the nearby Paiute tribe is filing suit.
Republicans and Democrats recently came together to advance a bill that would encourage ownership of small-scale wind power by farmers. Is it a sign of things to come?
Both industrial designers and industrious teens alike are engineering tiny paragons of sustainable living. Behold some of our recent favorites.
How to rebuild all those destroyed promenades? With trees cut from the rainforest, thus contributing to even more superstorms, natch.
Commentators often think about climate change as an "environmental problem," but it's very different from traditional environmental problems, in two important ways.
The Bay Area's bicycling culture was lacking in the diversity department. Jenna Burton set out to change that.
If only a fraction of predicted global warming happens, the East Coast could be in for a rough century.