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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Grist Environmental

an oral history of An Inconvenient Truth

Recent Posts

NUCLEAR'S UNCLEAR 

Wave goodbye to California’s last nuclear plant

And wave hello to what might become a bigger carbon footprint.
WATER WE DOING?

Clean water should be a basic human right. Why are we charging so much for it?

The cost of clean water and wastewater services has risen 41 percent over the last five years.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

The California drought ain’t over til it’s over (and it’s not over)

Not so fast, everyone: A new study indicates California will be feeling the drought for the next three years.
OH FRACK

Obama’s fracking regulations hit a speedbump, not a brick wall

A judge rules that the government is limited in how it regulates fracking, but don't freak out.
BLACK GOLD

Desperate for cash, Trump turns to the coal industry

If there's any money left in coal, that is.
ICE ICE BABY GRAND

Piano performance next to a crumbling glacier will give you chills

Greenpeace’s latest stunt involves a pianist playing a haunting song in the Arctic.
FLEECING THE FISH

Don’t look now but you’re shedding plastic

At least, your microfiber fleece is.
JUST CHILL

Today’s headlines, brought to you from the future

The extreme heatwave in the Southwest is just the beginning.
SNAKES ON A PLANE

People don’t trust hypocritical climate scientists, study finds

Scientists seem less credible if they fly a lot or have large, gas-guzzling houses.

More Posts

DENIAL'S A RIVER IN D.C.

A peek into the relatively sane climate debates outside the United States

Turns out denial isn't a pre-req for political life elsewhere.
JERKSTORM ALERT

The weather is throwing thunderstorm tantrums

Yet another reason that coal dust is not your friend.
SOMETHING'S AFOOT 

These tiles harness electricity from your footsteps

Is footstep power the new solar power?
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Climate denier tries to expose scientists, fails miserably

Facts are hard.
TUNE UP TIME

Time to invest in agriculture that can survive changing climates. Like, now.

We tend to treat farming like an old car: Scrimp on routine maintenance and panic when disaster strikes.
JUSTICE

L.A. heatwave could mean more pollution for communities of color

Three generating stations have been approved to burn diesel as power demand spikes this summer.