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Go on a deep sea mission from the comfort of your desk

Now you can watch this livestream of NOAA's sea-floor explorations until the end of the month -- all from your warm, dry cubicle!

Please support Grist

I'm leaving Grist, but I'll continue to support it -- and I hope you will too.

Climate & Energy

David Roberts’ top 13 greatest hits

He's leaving Grist after more than a decade, but at least we have 6,400 blog posts to remember him by. Here are some favorites.

A silver lining

The bright side of California’s drought: More solar power

Less rain means fewer clouds, fewer clouds means more sun, more sun means more solar power.

Cities

How much does density really cut down on driving?

The correlation isn't as direct as you might think. But it still points to us needing much denser cities.

Food

Fish CSAs, herb truck farms, & rye-crusted sturgeon: Inside Vancouver’s food scene

Take a video tour of Saltwater City -- and meet Canadian foodies and fishermen.

Climate & Energy

Another state bans agency from discussing climate change

The climate change language police just struck again in Wisconsin.

Science

Should climate scientists give up flying?

Climate scientists curtailing their air travel would only make a tiny dent in carbon emissions, but a new paper argues they should do it anyway.

on the farm

Exclusive: Ages and Ages’ ageless “I See More” Pickathon performance

Watch Portland-based pop-rockers, Ages and Ages, belt out their toe-tapping tune, "I See More," at last year's Pickathon.