A reader wonders about eco-friendly leggings. Umbra unrolls some no-nonsense advice.
Because driving rates peak in midlife, the aging of the baby boom generation will lead to a drop in per-capita driving.
The mayor blames a software problem. The real issue, as with everything in New York, is the Yankees.
Is there a greener alternative to vinyl kiddie pools? Umbra wades in.
According to foodie gospel, processed foods are the product of the Evil Empire. Grist’s green-living pioneer wants to see if she can live without them in even the most difficult situations.
The global rating of 60 out of 100 barely scratches the surface on the depth of information contained in this new evaluation tool.
And, worse -- mutations were seen in offspring born far from the radioactivity.
On Saturday, pollination enthusiasts across the country participated in The Great Bee Count to help scientists stay on top of dwindling honeybee and native bee populations.
A readers asks about disposing of unwanted ammunition. Umbra sets her sights on a solution.