When we start substituting sharing for buying, fascinating changes -- disruptions, opportunities, and maybe even climate benefits -- can follow. We'll explore them this month.
A recent study suggests that pushing people's emotional buttons through derogatory comments only entrenches their preexisting beliefs.
Tool libraries! Coworking spaces! Car sharing! The “collaborative consumption” revolution is upon us. Here’s what you need to know to take part.
Hybrid and electric cars account for just a tiny fraction of U.S. auto sales -- 3.3 percent in 2012. But that tiny fraction is growing fast!
Bangkok's Condoms & Cabbages restaurant is decorated with rubber-draped light fixtures and mannequins wearing elaborate condom-based outfits.
A reader wonders what happens to the mesh bags clementines come in. Umbra says those darling little oranges can make a mess in the caverns, in the canyons, and even the foaming brine.
Not to mention the area's ski resorts.
Mother Jones makes a strong case that it did -- but we should remove lead from the environment regardless.
Grist’s green-living pioneer has spent the past year trying to be a little kinder to the planet. Interested in doing the same? Here are five simple guidelines.