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.
If we look past the rhetoric on both sides and review the science with an open mind and a skeptical eye, surely we can arrive at some trustworthy conclusions. Right?
Veta La Palma takes sustainable fish farming to a whole new level.
Landscape architect Kevin Shanley says human-made marshes can act as buffers against storm surges, but will they be enough to save us from the rising seas?
Stella is a solar-powered prototype car with a range of 270 miles, room for four plus luggage -- and a steering wheel that swells and shrinks.