Ghosts of one of mankind’s greatest tragedies returning, a macabre warning in the face of this, humanity’s next great folly.
Polar bears and and ice caps are out. Black and Latino kids, burdened by air pollution at far higher rates than whites, are in.
The coolest part is that the producers are giving back to the sharks by donating to shark conservation at the University of Miami.
In an interview with Thomas Friedman, Obama explains his thinking on climate change, from the dangers of methane leakage to the importance of avoiding cynicism.
We got to torture author and chef Dan Barber with Vs., a game in which we ask him to choose between a few of his favorite things.
A reader wants to get a little of the plastic out of her life. Umbra offers a few tips for reducing refuse.
Art is no longer confined to the outside of vans. It’s got a seat inside in a growing fleet of mobile art galleries.
Scientists have developed a powder that can be added to cattle feed to reduce their methane emissions by more than half.
In this episode of Grist's new video series, Ben Adler gives us the the lowdown on the proposed EPA emissions rules, which may be the U.S.'s biggest climate move yet. Or maybe not. We'll see!