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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

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GREEN THUMB

Lawns are for suckers. Plant a garden — for the climate!

A new study finds home gardening could make major contributions to fighting climate change.
WET PRINCE OF BEL AIR

Who pumped millions of gallons of water during California’s drought?

Extensive research reveals the water hogs of Bel Air.
COME WORK WITH US

You know you want to be Grist’s newest fellow

Grist is looking for an editorial fellow, a justice fellow, and a video fellow. Apply today!
BUT IS IT ART?

Can climate change be beautiful? In virtual reality, sure.

Tamiko Thiel's "Gardens of the Anthropocene" portrays a world that children might love -- but they'd find it pretty hard to live in.
COAST GUARD

Living shorelines: How nature can help us beat back rising seas

Watch and learn how natural structures can defend our coasts.
SPECIAL REPORT

Coal’s Last Gamble: A choking industry bets on one more big score

Why can't America quit this dirty, doomed fuel?
ELECTION 2016

The GOP’s top climate hawk sees a potential Trump upside

Bob Inglis clings to hope that the real estate developer will break the GOP's fever on global warming.
VENTS AND SENSIBILITY

Does a range hood waste a lot of energy?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk gives an exhaustive answer.
WET BEHIND THE PIERS

Should New York City abandon its waterfront?

Much of NYC will be under water in 100 years -- but that doesn’t necessarily mean we should make a hasty retreat from the coastlines.

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COASTAL GHOSTS

Ghost forests are eerie evidence of rising seas

As saltwater inundates their roots, coastal trees are dying off.
HOT OR NOT?

La Niña has arrived! Or has it?

Meteorologists are divided.
BEST COAST

California has an ambitious plan to tackle climate change. Could it work?

Here’s your primer on California’s far-reaching climate plan.
GRIST ON THE GROUND

Inside the camp that’s fighting to stop the Dakota Access pipeline

In North Dakota, one tribe’s fight has sparked a movement.
WHY OH WHY MUST IT BE THIS WAY?

Trump’s economic plan: Free your miners and the jobs will follow

Donald Trump's latest plan is vague, radically right-wing, and filled with false promises.
GUEST POST

Cap-and-trade? Not so great if you are black or brown

A new report finds that California's cap-and-trade system has not cut air pollution in many low-income communities and communities of color.
ICE, ICE, MAYBE

Watch the Arctic’s ice shrink to its near-record low, in 3 graphs

2016 has been a rough year for the Arctic.
READY. SAME. FIRE.

Millennials are starting to realize that Clinton is not the same as Trump

In a new poll, more young voters realize a Clinton presidency is not the same as a Trump one.
CRAP BATTLE

What should you do with your dog’s poo?

Is the answer different if there's a drought on? Advice columnist Umbra Fisk holds her nose and picks up the topic.
GUEST POST

This new digital tool can help fight overfishing around the world

Now anyone with an internet connection can see what big commercial fishing vessels are up to.
NODAPL

Photos: Anti-pipeline protesters across America stand with Standing Rock

Bernie Sanders made an appearance.
HOT TIME IN THE CITY 

The best way to fight climate change? Don’t call it climate change.

U.S. cities are getting hammered by climate change. What are they doing about it?
TOON TIME

When someone tells you, “The climate is always changing,” show them this cartoon

File away under: Things To Show Climate Denying Relatives on Thanksgiving.
AGREE TO DISAGREE?

Trump’s new adviser says climate change is a huge security threat

Unlike his boss, James Woolsey wants the U.S. to get behind clean energy.
TECH DOWN

How do we get off fossil fuels when we’ve always feared change?

People generally oppose anything that feels too new, which is a problem in a world that needs a lot of innovation.
COME ON NOW

There’s a warrant out for the journalist who filmed dogs attacking Dakota Access activists

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman has been accused of entering private property during her reporting on the Native American protests.
SEPTEMBER SWEEPS

5 reasons you’ll want to win this electric bike

A $10 donation enters you for a chance to win.
BAD AIR DAY

Should you avoid walking if the air is polluted?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk clears the haze on this tricky question.
HARD CORE SCIENCE 

Scientists store glacier chunks in an Antarctic vault for safekeeping

Glaciers are data, and all that precious data is disappearing.
WIND WIND! 

Obama administration’s offshore wind plan would power 23 million homes

The National Offshore Wind Strategy calls for major investments in offshore wind farm construction.
MOORE’S FLAW

This Trump advisor might be even more confused about climate and energy than Trump himself

Stephen Moore thinks we don’t need to clean up our energy system -- we can just plant more trees.
THE GOLDEN SLATE

California governor signs historic climate bill

The state just took a huge step in the fight against climate change.
GRIST ON THE GROUND

Snapshots from the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance

This week, we witnessed tribal and environmental activists gathering in North Dakota in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline.