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We’ve got all the debate questions on humanity’s most urgent crisis in one scorching video.

We at Grist rounded up the biggest climate moments of the debates.

eye of the storm

Hurricane Matthew was a 1-in-1000-year disaster for North Carolina.

That doesn't mean it will take another 1,000 years to see a storm like it.

collision course

The world needs better sidewalks and bike paths, like now.

The UNEP calls for countries to use at least 20 percent of their transit budgets for bike lanes and safe sidewalks to encourage walking and biking over driving.

Automatic for the people

I went and made all new Teslas autonomous, says Elon Musk. You’re welcome.

All new cars rolling off the Tesla factory line come with full self-driving hardware. Just don't expect the car to drive you anywhere yet.

Let them eat kelp

Cow burps are a big problem for the climate, but a little change in diet could correct that.

Adding small amounts of a particular seaweed to bovine diets might be able to reduce the amount of methane cows release by up to 99 percent.

scrotal annihilation

Lake Titicaca has 10,000 problems and dead scrotum frogs are all of them.

Amphibians just can't catch a break.

move along, nothing to see here

Climate change enjoyed its 2 seconds of fame in the final debate

In all three presidential debates combined, the candidates spent just 5 minutes on the climate crisis.

Debate watch

An alternative timeline of what the Clinton-Trump debates could have been.

The debate that never was on climate change.

Debate Watch

It’s 2016, and we’re arguing about the constitutional validity of Roe v. Wade.

What did the presidential candidates say about a woman's constitutional right to abortion in their third debate?