A reader asks why he’s always pumping up his bike tires. Umbra’s answer is absolutely airtight.
City kids are often taught that nature is “out there,” beyond the city limits, but this biologist/photographer/educator says “everyday nature” has the power to transform.
Birth control shouldn't be controversial. But could it be greener? Umbra pulls out an answer.
Having sworn off of hot dogs and Doritos, Grist’s green-living pioneer, the Greenie Pig, sets out to a backyard barbecue at a friend’s house. Her mission: to pass on the processed foods without coming off …
Debby Herbenick knows how you feel about condoms. You know you need them, but you just want to go into the drugstore, get them, and get the hell out of there. (This is basically why …
We don't think anything from our time period, besides possibly the Double Down, will cause as much consternation in the future as these vintage ads do now.
It's actually not as big a deal as it sounds. But that won't stop us from going a little Hollywood.
On the Northern California coastline, the ocean is swallowing up a former garbage dump -- a sign of Mother Nature’s power, sure, and a reminder of our wasteful ways.
The spread of hantavirus among mice appears to be an unpleasant side effect of climate change.