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Climate & Energy

Watch the world go up in fracking flares

Natural gas flares join city lights and the Great Wall of China as stuff you can see from space.

Food

Perdue just says no to chicken on drugs

One big poultry producer ditches most use of antibiotics. Now it's time for the rest of the industry to follow -- and for doctors to stop overprescribing them to us.

GOOD FELLOWS

Grist is looking for the spring 2015 class of fellows

Are you an early-career journalist, storyteller, or multimedia wizard who digs what we do? Then Grist wants you!

Politics

Will Obama do the right thing on smog this time?

Over the coming year, the president will either repeat or undo one of his greatest insults to the environmental community -- and to the nation's air quality.

Climate & Energy

Think the Southwest’s drought is bad now? It could last a generation or more

Late-summer 2014 has brought uncomfortable news for residents of the U.S. Southwest — and I'm not just talking about 109-degree heat.

Food

Why Iowa is doing salumi right

How La Quercia is building a better food system.

barnstorm

These old barns are good for more than reclaimed wood and weddings

Around the country, classic, crumbling farm buildings are being spruced up and put back to work by a new generation of sustainable farmers.

Living

Against the “digital detox” metaphor

Online life is not necessarily less authentic than so-called real life.

Food

Why Indiana is doing sauerkraut right

How Indianapolis' Fermenti Artisan is building a better food system.