Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle writes and draws news for Grist. She also writes and draws tweets for Twitter.

Butterball not answering meaty questions about turkey treatment

Americans' taste for turkey is waning, maybe because of bad practices by the nation's biggest holiday bird purveyor.

Keystone XL fight heats up again in East Texas

Activists trying to block construction of the pipeline report 12 brutal arrests yesterday heading into the second month of the sustained treesit.

Protest theater troupe flash-mobs British Petroleum

In response to BP's sponsorship of the Royal Shakespeare Company, activists staged a Bard-inspired protest.

University gives ‘frackademics’ the boot

SUNY Buffalo has shuttered its on-campus, pro-fracking think tank following publication of a misleading, error-filled report.

A sluggish start for California carbon auctions?

The first sale of emissions credits under California's cap-and-trade program raised $286 million, but officials say money's not the goal here.

Buy or die: The survivalist approach to climate doom

Stockpile your way to sustainable living! Haha, just kidding.

Climate change will be ‘devastating’ to world’s poor, World Bank says

An expected 4 degree C rise in global temperatures would spell disaster for developing countries, according to a big new World Bank report.

Abusive slaughterhouse fined $500 million in massive meat-recall case

A company that tortured sick cows and sold their meat has been fined, but the feds still think the activists who revealed the abuse are terrorists.

Green progress in California could help the poor

Some of the money from the state's new cap-and-trade auctions will go to needy communities, thanks to a recently passed law.