Climate Grist Original Videos
We’ve spent 100 years growing a tinderbox across the West. Now it’s wildfire season.
An indigenous tradition that’s been used for millennia might be a solution to this giant problem.
What happens to traffic when you tear down a freeway?
We looked at a real-world examples in Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle to see if tearing down highways makes traffic worse.
What are PFAS and why are people freaking out about them?
These chemicals are in most American’s blood, but isn't being regulated in our drinking water. Here’s what that means for our health.
Marketing made the avocado. Could it help us eat less meat?
What the story of the humble avocado can teach us about saving the world.
Despite Groundhog Day, winters are getting shorter
It turns out Punxsutawney Phil is getting even worse at predicting when climate change is involved
After Hurricane Sandy, Hoboken rebuilt itself for climate change
Six years after Hurricane Sandy, Hoboken, New Jersey, is redesigning itself with an eye toward the storms of the future.
Why we need a better definition of ‘renewable’ energy
"Renewable" is in the eye of the beholder. And that’s a big problem.
The Green New Deal: How to fix the economy without breaking the planet
Some politicians are pushing a new package of policies that pairs labor programs with climate action.
How to build a climate movement before your 17th birthday
Watch our short doc on Jamie Margolin and Zero Hour, a group of young people sacrificing their youth to fight climate change.
Could a video game help us solve climate change?
This guy is working to make the Minecraft of climate change. Watch our video to find out why!