More infrastructure for cyclists means fewer cars on the road, as well as less pollution, congestion, sedentary-lifestyle health problems, and traffic fatalities.
Meet Kilez More, the Austrian rapper who entertains Heartland Institute conferences with 'killer' rhymes about evil climate scientists.
In Colorado's beautiful Thompson Divide, locals are trying to stop drilling before it begins.
As utilities see how distributed solar, aided by new storage tech, can chip away at their monopolies (and profits), they're fighting back.
Grist presents a brief catalogue of different conditions that threaten the modern urban woman trying to get from Point A to Point B.
Antarctic tourists are trampling the place, which is why John Oliver's begging you not to go.
International espionage just got seedier.
A cool photo project by Gregg Segal shows people cozying up to the garbage they amassed in seven days.
The EPA has proposed new rules to cut use of HFCs, refrigerants that also happen to be potent greenhouse gases.
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