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Friday, April 15, 2016

Grist

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POLITICS

We pass the popcorn for the greatest climate hits of the Bernie-Hillary smackdown

Hey, debate mods, who says climate and energy issues are dull?
POLITICS

Republicans in Congress try to paperwork the EPA to death

The EPA’s staff had to provide Congress with over 276,000 pages of documents ... in last year alone.
LIVING

In any war, you gotta have allies — including the one on abortion

The best male feminist allies are simply friends who wanted to talk and listen about life.
NEWS

Sanders addresses the Vatican on how income inequality is killing the planet

Sanders praised the pontiff's commitment to social justice.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

NASA Facebook page manager has had enough with climate deniers

The government agency's Facebook page set the record straight.

Fracking wells released over 5 billion pounds of methane in one year

They released a whole lot of toxic chemicals, too.
NEWS

6 years after BP disaster, Obama administration thinks it has a way to prevent future spills

New regulations will tighten requirements around blowout preventers and other well control features.
WASTED

More plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050 — and other fun garbage facts!

If there's one thing Americans like more than buying stuff, it's throwing that stuff away. We take a by-the-numbers look at the country's waste line.
LIVING

We could listen to this jam ‘Til the Seas Run Dry

Watch an exclusive clip of Dom Flemons of Carolina Chocolate Drops performing at Pickathon.

More Posts

SEAL OR NO SEAL

Can I reseal my deck without hurting the local waterway?

A reader who lives near Puget Sound wonders how he can tackle a home improvement project with a clean conscience. Advice maven Umbra Fisk lays it on thick.
CITIES

This contest wants you to turn racist, classist city planning into a fun game

Robert Moses did some terrible things to New York City. These folks want to have a little fun with his life.
POLITICS

A climate hawk’s guide to New York’s Democratic debate

We've got you prepared for the climate-related fireworks on Thursday.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

The oil industry knew about climate change before we landed on the moon

The American Petroleum Institute was warned about CO2 in 1968.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Greenland is melting way ahead of schedule

The melt season usually kicks off in May or June. Not April.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

For the 97 billionth time: Yes, there is a 97 percent consensus on climate change

A new meta-study just confirmed what we already knew, but what people like Ted Cruz won't stop denying.
POLITICS

No new lead crises in 5 years? Clinton has a plan

She also has her work cut out for her.
BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

More Californians work in “Advanced Energy” jobs than in farming or Hollywood

Wait, what's Advanced Energy?
NEWS

The world’s largest private coal company just went bankrupt

Peabody Energy filed for Chapter 11 protection on Wednesday.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Here’s how to spur more investment in clean energy

The New Climate Economy and the World Bank have a few ideas.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

This Senate race shows how climate action is gaining support in the Midwest

Ohio Democrat Ted Strickland hasn’t always been a friend to the environment, but he’s been getting greener, just like his state and region.
NEWS

Global leaders are very worried about water shortages

We're running out of water, and it's sparking unrest across the world.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

The National Weather Service decides to stop yelling at us

LIGHT RAIN TO GET A LOT LESS TERRIFYING.
POLITICS

Breaking: The climate is changing because a Koch brother said so

Hear that, climate deniers? Daddy is on our side, now.
NEWS

Sarah Palin lends her unblemished reputation to climate denier film

They can keep Palin. We get Nye.