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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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CIRRUS BUSINESS

Here’s why a less cloudy future is a big problem

Clouds have a huge impact on the climate, but are hard to predict. Watch our video to learn more about these misunderstood meteorological formations.
SPECIAL REPORT

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

Why can't America quit this dirty, doomed fuel?
DAN ON THE STREET

We asked young voters why they don’t see a big difference between Clinton and Trump on climate

We took to the streets to talk to real live millennials about the election. We even checked their pulses!

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MOVE ALONG, NOTHING TO SEE HERE

Climate change got 82 seconds in the presidential debate

How does that compare to debates past? We ran the numbers.
DEBATE WATCH

A Grist guide to the first presidential debate

Clinton vs. Trump.
H2-OH NO!

Should I be using a water filter?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk pours forth wisdom on drinking water safety and filtration systems.
D-FORESTATION

The haunting song of climate change, in D minor

Scientists turned the data points from a dying forest into music.
THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE WATER

Record rains are sending untreated sewage into U.S. cities

Well, shit.
THE GREAT UNMENTIONABLE

Debate moderators say climate questions don’t make good TV

Who cares? It’s only the fate of humanity!
WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Trump gives his classic right-wing energy plan a scary historical name

Scary, but accurate.
LAISSEZ FAIRE ENOUGH

Gary Johnson on climate: Eh, the sun will destroy the planet eventually anyway

The Libertarian candidate believes global warming is a moot point.
FALL IS LOST

How climate change is screwing up your favorite season

Enjoy the autumn while it lasts.

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FULL STEAM AHEAD

What kind of water heater is greenest?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk warms to the topic and assesses the options.
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.
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.
COASTAL GHOSTS

Ghost forests are eerie evidence of rising seas

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

La NiƱa 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.