Eve Andrews

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Shots and Chasers

Got a date? Take him or her home — in honor of House Republicans

In honor of recreational sex, our chasers for the week are going to be as unreasonably caliente as we can muster.

Video

Think birth control access doesn’t matter to the planet? Watch this

Watch the video above for our explanation of why reproductive rights matter to the planet -- featuring basic kitchen appliances!

Shots and Chasers

What do John Boehner, the pope, and the state of Texas have to say about women this week?

This has actually been a not-bad week for reproductive rights!

Shots and Chasers

We made this week’s reproductive rights news a little easier to swallow

There are not a lot of good things happening in the world of reproductive rights, but goddammit, we should still talk about it.

Climate & Energy

Costa Rica’s green plans: Sustainable coffee, bikes, and clean energy

Costa Rica has set an ambitious goal for itself: To be entirely carbon-neutral by 2021. But it’s really not that crazy.

Climate & Energy

Latino voters care a whole lot about climate change

A new poll shows that Latino voters are significantly more likely to understand that climate change is the result of human activities.

The Chef

This chef built her reputation on seafood. How’s she feeling about the ocean now?

Seattle chef Renee Erickson weighs in on the world's changing waters, and how they might change her menu.

Video

We used your caffeine addiction to explain our bad consumption habits

Happy Earth Overshoot Day! You can't do anything else for the rest of the year. Watch our video to find out why.

The Fisherman

What’s it like to be at home on the ocean? Ask a fisherman

Tele Aadsen fishes for salmon in southeast Alaska, which means she is up close and personal with the sea every day.