New Yorkers’ review of New York is actually a poignant portrait of a city

Whether you're Jay-Z or Taylor Swift, the way you experience New York can change entirely from block to block.


Catholics in 45 countries are fasting for climate action

For Lent, Catholics all over the world are giving up food and carbon-intensive habits to raise awareness for climate change.

Who killed the gayborhood? A Grist podcast investigation

Join us as we explore the effects of woo girls and tech money on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Special guests include Dan Savage.


USDA goes FBI on crooks who sell gross meat and run cons on food stamps

Sure, government swindlers and food stamp fraudsters are alarming. But we're catching a lot of them -- and, often, getting the money back.


12 ways you and everyone you know could die

Scientists ranked humanity's worst existential threats, and guess who's at the top of the list? Our old pal, extreme climate change.


Michelle Obama thinks carrots are better than Ariana Grande

Watch Michelle Obama and Big Bird compete on a bizarre game show -- all to get kids to eat more vegetables.


Should I take notes on my laptop or with a notepad and pencil?

These students want to green up their study habits. Umbra gives them the Cliffs Notes.


This dreamy dude wants you to use all-natural condoms

This is the company's second video focusing on the idea that "good men" use toxin-free, carbon-consciously manufactured condoms.


Is Drake the perfect role model for the green movement?

Drake is one of the most successful image makeover stories in hip-hop.

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