In which Grist’s green-living pioneer, the Greenie Pig, puts off wash day as long as possible. Oh, the things she’ll do for the planet!
Lyft takes off in California, clearing a regulatory hurdle and expanding into L.A. Meanwhile, Getaround is getting bigger in Portland.
North Dakota — fastest-growing state in the nation thanks to a fracking boom — offers lots of traffic and crowds and not much fun.
Shareable founder Neal Gorenflo talks about crowdsourcing his life, his decision to give up his beloved surf wagon, and how sharing is reshaping the economy.
Living in a tiny house with kids sounds like a nightmare. But those living the dream say the biggest challenges can turn out to be unexpected blessings.
A Canadian woman has invented a shoe with snap-on, interchangeable heels. It’s a small step towards less stuff, less trash. And they’re cute.
A reader wonders if she’ll roo the day she became a kangatarian. Umbra says it’s best not to jump to conclusions.
A young freelancer gives up writing in her pajamas to work in a shared office with a bunch of strangers.
To study activism, the filmmakers didn’t go to protests — they foraged weeds from dumpsters.