When Karlesha Thurman posted a picture on Facebook of her breastfeeding her infant at her college graduation, she took a stand for women's rights -- and a whole lot more.
"I want to light a fire under you," the president told graduates during a commencement speech at the University of California-Irvine.
As more hives fall to colony collapse disorder, these pioneers are on a mission to create pollinators that are adapted to survive in the Pacific Northwest.
Dangerous chemicals are being applied to GMO test fields on Kauai at a much higher rate than on most U.S. farms, an analysis of new data reveals.
A reader is having a hard time finding fish-friendly exfoliants. Umbra says therein lies the rub.
The country's spy service says Greenpeace and its ilk are reducing the nation's GDP by 2 to 3 percent every year.
Forced pooling allows drillers to tap gas beneath a reluctant landowner's property if enough of their neighbors sell their drilling rights.
New poll data shows that Democrats and Republicans are deeply divided when it comes to urban density versus suburban sprawl.
This episode of Grist's video podcast, Brentin Mock explains we can't afford to give up the climate fight just yet.