Articles by Midwest Correspondent Diana Kruzman
Diana Kruzman is Grist’s Midwest Correspondent, writing from Columbus, Ohio. Her previous work as a freelancer has appeared in Undark, the New York Times, Vice, the Christian Science Monitor, and Religion News Service.
Companies, nonprofits, foundations, and universities are coming together to promote "direct air capture," or sucking CO2 from the air. But not everyone thinks it is a good idea.
Aflatoxin, a chemical produced by infectious mold, could be coming to the Corn Belt.
The PolyMet Mining Corporation has been locked in a battle to open Minnesota’s first copper-sulfide mine for over 17 years.
New research shows that dry weather is coming on more quickly than before, with little advance warning.