Articles by Grist staff
Listen: How Puerto Ricans are rebuilding post-Hurricane María
Host Andrew Simon sits down with co-host Justin Worland of Time Magazine to talk about the biggest climate stories of 2020. Then, we hear from filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo about her documentary "Landfall," which captures the stories of everyday Puerto Ricans living -- and rebuilding -- after Hurricane Maria.
Listen: This doctor has the prescription for both COVID and climate
Host Andrew Simon and returning co-host Angely Mercado talk big takeaways from a recent UN climate report on global warming. Then, we hear from Dr. Gaurab Basu about the relationship between people's health and planetary health.
Listen: How Beyoncé, Issa Rae, and other Black women lead on the environment
Host Andrew Simon and returning co-host Yessenia Funes discuss president-elect Joe Biden's climate czar pick. Then, we hear from Doctor Chelsea Frazier about Black feminism, and how it's core to saving the planet.
Listen: Giving Thanks for Nikole Hannah-Jones
This Thanksgiving holiday, we're publishing a special episode—a podcast version of the Grist and Town Hall Seattle chat between New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones and Bloomberg CityLab writer and editor Brentin Mock. This summer, the two sat down to talk about the New York Times 1619 Project, which sheds light on the consequences of slavery in the U.S.