An attempt to avoid giving chain-store Christmas gifts kicks off with a weekend craft-fair binge.
This week, Umbra writes to you for help. We have less than 24 hours to dispatch a despicable plot.
Growing numbers of farmers are using agroforestry -- integrating tree crops and grazing animals -- to create more resilient soil, a diverse range of foods, and even fight climate change.
When one Grist staffer set out to create a low-impact holiday, a national TV news program dubbed him a “Grinch.” But his message seems to have struck a chord.
As any climate realist knows, procrastination will get us nowhere. We only have one more day to reach our goal and just 1,000 more donations to go.
Richard Cizik, leader of an evangelical climate campaign, calls for family planning as a way to prevent both abortion and global warming.
A reader wonders if there’s anything to be done with old movie film. Umbra’s response is worthy of an Oscar.
Cities are where the real action is at, says Melanie Nutter. The San Francisco sustainability director works with other cities to stave off the worst effects of climate change.
Introducing our theme for December: how a Grist editor's "no presents this year" letter sparked a wave of holiday-season rethinking.