Utilities have come under fire for lobbying to stall climate policies and keep fossil fuel plants running.
Recent research suggests the IRA’s methane fee could batter the oil and gas industry to the tune of more than $1 billion.
EU officials had big plans to slash emissions from farming. Then the protests started.
New documents show how they promoted it anyway.
Grist reports on topics like Politics, Energy, Equity, Solutions, and how they intersect with climate. All topics.
While sales of both heat pumps and gas furnaces were down in 2023, heat pumps are proving more popular than ever.
Among rural communities, Grants Pass, Oregon, has notched an unlikely win: a sustainability plan. But lack of dedicated staff and resources to secure federal grant funds threaten its success.
The Colorado River District plans to buy the water rights that flow through Colorado's Shoshone hydropower plant. The acquisition is seen as pivotal for a wide swath of the state, and has been co-signed by farmers, environmental groups, and local governments.
Does cringe comedy have anything to teach climate scientists?
“What’s at stake is our very livelihood, our culture, our identities, our way of life."
As a warming world creates an existential threat for the ski industry, resorts are reducing how much energy they need to make it snow.
Landry has surrounded himself with former fossil fuel executives — and he has targeted the state’s climate change task force.
This Valentine's Day, we've collected tales of love and friendship that began with a shared passion for climate work.
Need a dose of good climate news? Subscribe to The Beacon to receive a weekly roundup of the solutions driving us forward.Subscribe
Want the latest reporting from Grist in your inbox every day? The Daily is a free daily roundup of our top stories.Subscribe