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How the climate march can stand out in a crowd of protests

Under Trump, pulling off a successful People's Climate March won't be easy.

The beginning of the end

Britain just went a whole day without burning any coal for electricity.

That's a first since the Industrial Revolution -- and an indication of big changes for the better.

Indescribable feeling

We just hit 410 ppm of CO2. Welcome to a whole new world.

We’re on track to witness a climate unseen in 50 million years by mid-century.

Walmart
Green light special

Walmart just pledged to eliminate a billion tons of greenhouse gas.

Project Gigaton is kind of like getting every Canadian to sign a strict sustainability pledge.

Ice, ice bergy

Gigantic icebergs have come to Canada, and the internet is losing its mind.

"Iceberg Alley" is open for tourists.

A bright spot

The world’s biggest petrostate just set its sights on wind and solar expansion.

Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest exporter of oil, but it wants to green up its energy use at home.

Sacramento
Mulligan

California is gearing up to pass a cap-and-trade law. Again.

California's cap-and-trade law could get a much-needed revamp.

Want to fight for a future that doesn’t suck? Try Grist’s 21-Day Apathy Detox.

We've got the best tools and tips to help you build a better community and push for a planet that doesn’t burn.

Detour ahead

Scientists say that human-caused climate change rerouted a river.

This is not normal.