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Friday, April 29, 2016

Grist Environmental

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CLIMATE & ENERGY

Climate change made catastrophic coral bleaching 175 times more likely

A new study compares the probability of coral-bleaching ocean temperatures occurring with and without the effects of global warming
NEWS

Watch Emma Thompson take on fracking … with cake

The first and only episode of "The Frack-free Bake Off" was filmed on land leased for fracking.
BY THE YARD

Spring is here! What should I do with the brush I clear?

Advice maven Umbra Fisk digs up some suggestions for a homeowner wondering how to clear his yard with a clear conscience.
BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

More cheating automakers? Mitsubishi and Fiat are now in hot water too

Looks like VW isn't the only car manufacturer with a truthiness problem.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

8 ways humans were recording the climate before it was hot

From freezing ponds to migrating wildlife, ancient records can tell us a lot about our changing climate.
FOOD

What’s a GMO? Apparently not these magic mushrooms

A recent ruling could help usher in new crops built to resist insects, disease, and drought.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

How to convince the climate slacker to get serious

This is the best advice we’ve seen yet on how to talk to people about climate change.
FOOD

What’s in the new McNugget? No one will tell me

McDonald’s has debuted a “cleaner,” “simpler” nugget. What makes it so? It’s a secret, apparently.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Why China (really) is losing its appetite for coal

It's not just the economy, stupid.

More Posts

NEWS

Climate denier Cruz taps token believer Fiorina as running mate

Cruz hopes for a campaign miracle by bringing on a failed politician.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

India’s worst drought in 50 years is shutting down farms, hospitals, and schools

The number of people currently affected by drought in India is greater than the entire U.S. population.
PEOPLE

Oil and gas workers are 5 times more likely to die on the job

The industry carved out special exemptions from federal safety regulations, and workers are paying for it.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Could a giant umbrella made of tiny robots save us from climate chaos?

One scientist is pushing this geoengineering idea.
POUR ONE OUT

We just lost another critical climate satellite

These NASA satellites are some of our best tools for understanding climate change, and there's no plan to replace them.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Washington state will vote on a carbon tax this fall — but it’s complicated

The ballot initiative sparked a debate over what's better: a carbon tax or cap-and-trade.
LIVING

The story behind Prince’s low-profile generosity to green causes

Environmental justice activist Van Jones helped the musician give to good causes anonymously.
NEWS

The bison is back and better than ever

Our new national mammal has arrived and she's fabulous.
LIVING

Captain Kirk: Climate change is the biggest threat to Earth

According to William Shatner, “the future is filled with dread."
POLITICS

Climate denial doesn’t totally suck in Northeast primary states

A small majority of Northeast residents embraces the scientific consensus.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

“Keystone-ization” is the fossil fuel industry’s new nightmare

Does the growing file of scrapped pipeline plans forecast our energy future? Here’s hoping!
BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

You’re more likely to see an oil industry ad than a climate report on CNN

The network recently aired nearly five times more fossil fuel ads than climate coverage.

Watch these hilarious old people explain why they just don’t care about climate change

"Asking me about climate change is like asking me what I want to be when I grow up.”
COME WORK WITH US

Hurry! Only one week left to apply for Grist’s fall 2016 fellowship

Apply by May 2.
NEWS

Trump and Cruz might drive even a Koch brother to vote for Clinton

You know it's bad when Charles Koch thinks you're too scary to vote for.
HOT WATER

How can I tell my roommate he takes too many showers?

A reader in California wants to berate his roommate over water usage, but advice maven Umbra Fisk says cooler heads should prevail.
FOOD

Pasteurized, homogenized, organic, hormone-free: What’s up with your milk?

Here's a basic guide to understanding milk terminology.
IN HOT WATER

Coral bleaching has swept 93 percent of the Great Barrier Reef

This is the biggest disaster to hit the iconic reef, and we're not out of hot water yet.
SHOTS AND CHASERS

Look, bros — we’re as fed up with male birth control options as you are

And yes, we’re still fed up with the state of abortion access, too.
LIVING

Cheer up! There’s good news to celebrate on Earth Day too

Celebrate clean energy booms, the Paris climate accord, and more.
LIVING

Like to laugh? Come to Grist’s comedy night in NYC

May 25 is the Third Annual Grist Comedy Extravaganza.
JUSTICE

Seattle’s new environmental justice agenda was built by the people it affects the most

It seeks policies that support equitable environments and create green paths out of poverty.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

John Kerry tugs at heartstrings at the Paris signing

Kerry makes a cute, symbolic statement about global warming.