Food

sweet sleuth

Gary Taubes bites into our national obsession with sweets

And he’s not sugar-coating it.

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Here’s some of the best environmental writing of 2016, according to us.

Here are people who did a rad job of covering climate change and other green issues in 2016.

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The worst anti-science nonsense of 2016

Between Trump's Cabinet, Jill Stein, and Hurricane Matthew truthers, science has been attacked from all sides.

guilty of hamburglary

The vegan meat market really beefed up in 2016.

It was the year of burgers that convincingly reproduce meat’s flavor compounds.

From the Editor

The Grist holiday letter

What a year we had!

THE POVERTY SOLUTION: PUT PEOPLE FIRST

Can capitalism, conservation, and cosmopolitanism coexist? Here’s what I learned.

Evidence suggests that there is not just a moral, but a practical imperative to fight poverty.

The poverty solution: Put people first

What do small-scale farmers want for the future and for their kids?

We talked to small farmers in Thailand about their feelings on their profession and lifestyle.

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Can we fight poverty without wrecking the climate? Grist’s food writer has a few ideas.

Nathanael Johnson gives us some insight into his latest in-depth series.

We'll do it live!

Chat poverty and the environment with Nathanael Johnson.

How do you tackle poverty without wrecking the planet? We got answers!