Food

Science

Watch stick figures explain what “probably causes cancer” even means

The active ingredient in Roundup does, but so do french fries, pickled vegetables, and aloe vera. This video from Risk Bites explains how we identify cancer risks.

Food

Watch Florida foodies catch venomous fish and make goat cheese

Meet divers with a mission, get great gardening tips, and salivate over a recipe for invasive lionfish.

Climate & Energy

So this climate walks into a bar …

Here are four promising trends helping us build a future that doesn't suck.

Business & Technology

So Roundup “probably” causes cancer. This means what, exactly?

The WHO's new classification of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, puts it in the company of night shifts and wood smoke as a carcinogen. Sunshine is worse.

Half-Shell Hero

How to talk (and eat) like an oyster pro

Here’s a quick cheat sheet so you can hang with the cool kids next time you visit the raw bar.

Food

Fishermen discuss warming waters in this lovely short film

This short, moody video follows a Native couple fishing the Great Lakes.

acids & basics

Watch us explain ocean acidification with a soda maker

Ocean acidification is a big deal, but ... what is it again? Watch our video to get the two-minute take.

Living

There’s still time to apply for Grist’s fall 2015 fellowship!

So what are you waiting for? Oh, right, the last possible minute.

kumquat & go

Make delicious treats with the underrated kumquat

Here's how to store, prep, and make the most of kumquats, without wasting a scrap.

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