Living

THIRST FOR JUSTICE

Apparently, water is a luxury in Detroit, not a right

A judge says Detroit can continue to cut off water to residents because the city "can't afford any revenue slippage."

Food

Why Wyoming is doing bison right

How Prairie Monarch Bison Ranch is building a better food system.

Climate & Energy

Why you should be hopeful about the climate movement

The People’s Climate March flipped the script on a movement.

Politics

Who cares if your state is being fracked to hell? Let’s talk DRESS SHOPPING!

The GOP is using a tone-deaf, insulting political ad campaign in the Pennsylvania governor's race.

Food

Why Wisconsin is doing cheese right

How Milwaukee's Clock Shadow Creamery is building a better food system.

Pour A 40

We’ve killed off half the world’s wildlife in 40 years, and I’ve got something in my eye

It's not that half of all vertebrate species have gone extinct -- it's just the population counts that have dropped by 52 percent. Oh, phew.

For whom the road tolls

Could pay-to-play lanes solve urban gridlock?

A reader wonders if HOT lanes, open to carpoolers and people with money to burn, are an improvement on standard HOV lanes. Umbra gets him out of his jam.

Always use protection

This illustrated guide makes marine protected areas fascinating

Marine reserves are a big deal for overfished and ailing oceans, but, uh ... what are they exactly?

Food

Why West Virginia is doing liquor right

How Smooth Ambler Spirits is building a better food system.

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