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Climate & Energy

Can’t decide whether to go to the big climate march? This might convince you

A trailer for a new climate documentary might inspire you to make your way to the People's Climate March in New York City on Sept. 21.

Treaty rights and totem poles

How one Pacific Northwest tribe is carving out a resistance to coal — and winning

A Grist fellow visited the Lummi Nation, to find out how the tribe has been able to successfully push back (so far) against Big Coal.

Food

Here’s your chance to chat with Michael Pollan

Join us for a live video interview with bestselling author Michael Pollan on Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. ET.

When in drought, talk it out

Join us for a Twitter chat on California’s drought

What does California's historic drought mean for its water supply and the rest of the nation? We'll discuss on Twitter on Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. EST.

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Climate & Energy

Sierra Club chief weighs in on conservation heroes, green energy, & Bruce Springsteen

Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club, visited the Grist office last week. We thanked him by making him play Vs., our new favorite game.

Climate & Energy

Tell the EPA what you think of its climate rules

The official public comment period has started and the agency is just dying to find out what you think.

Climate & Energy

Make Me Care: Why not just call ‘Game Over’ on climate change?

This episode of Grist's video podcast, Brentin Mock explains we can't afford to give up the climate fight just yet.

Apocalypse chow

Want to know what the future tastes like? Eat some bugs

Eating insects may be easier on the planet, but how about the palate? Watch us find out in this video.

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