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Climate & Energy

Dear U.N.: Coal plants don’t count as climate-friendly projects

Japan spent $1 billion building coal plants in Indonesia and claimed it was "climate financing." Green groups are calling bullsh*t and demanding reform.

Politics

Meet the BART-stopping woman behind “Black Lives Matter”

Two activists who devised the phrase "Black Lives Matter" discuss its origins -- and why they took their demonstration to the Bay Area's transit system last week.

Climate & Energy

Yep, Antarctica is melting away faster than ever

A new report from NASA and UC-Irvine confirms — again — that Antarctica is melting away.

Politics

ALEC (not Baldwin) is trying to destroy the environment

Lobbying behemoth American Legislative Exchange Council plans to attack environmental protections when Republicans take control of Congress and several state legislatures.

Food

6 fascinating facts about the evolution of food

National Geographic's "Eat: The Story of Food" is a delicious trove of food facts. Here are some choice tidbits.

Climate & Energy

NASA is headed for Mars. What, is there something wrong with Earth?

One could say, if one were particularly forward-thinking in the most pessimistic way, that we might be in the market for another planet.

Climate & Energy

Hear that? That’s the sound of the ocean dying

A quarter of the fish we eat rely on healthy coral reefs -- so it's bad news for us when reefs the world over start to go quiet.

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This sausage prank exposes our weird food issues

A butcher pretends to put piglets into a sausage machine. Madness ensues.

Climate & Energy

Congrats, you survived the 15 hottest years ever

Unless you're younger than 15. In which case, you should probably ask your parents if you're allowed to read Grist.

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