Watch: His fusion of sci-fi and Indigenous identity is art that (literally) moves
Multimedia artist Cannupa Hanska Luger puts the spotlight on Indigenous knowledge and culture with collaborative installations and performance art.
Watch: Behind New York City’s first bike-powered compost service
How Ceci Pineda and their team at BK ROT are modeling a more responsible way to manage waste.
Watch: ‘How We’re Fixin’ It: A Data-Driven Story of Air, People, and Science’
Fix convened an expert panel to break down how data can be harnessed to implement community-led solutions to improve air quality at the local level.
Watch: This doctor treats climate change like the public health menace it is
First, do no harm — to the planet.
Watch: How one entrepreneur turns e-waste into jobs for the formerly incarcerated
Meet the head of Tech Dump — a company that sees opportunity in the fastest-growing garbage stream in the world.
Meet the scientist who’s bringing lizards to Instagram
She’s known as the lizard lady, and she’s scaling up diversity in STEM.
Why do some neighborhoods get hotter than others?
Keep yourself (and the planet) cool with these lessons on extreme heat.
50 Years of Fighting: Jane Fonda talks activism with rising star Jerome Foster II
She’s a vanguard of advocacy and agitation. He just turned 18. Fix brought together the octogenarian and the teenager for a discussion on the past, and future of activism.
How do we make better (and greener) homes and gardens?
Homes are ideal places to start when it comes to greening up everyday life.
How quickly do we need to ramp up renewables? Look to the narwhal.
Professor (and 2020 Grist 50 Fixer) Leah Stokes breaks down how the U.S. can meet ambitious clean-energy goals in the fastest way possible — with the help of the humble narwhal. Adapted from Stokes’ Short Circuiting Policy, out now.