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At least in terms of the job market, 2021 was a good year for renewable energy. grist.org/economics/gree…
Maui is a hub for GMO research, but Indigenous farmers are trying to bring back the abundant and thriving landscapes of their ancestors. (Via @guardian) grist.org/agriculture/th…
It’s not your imagination: This summer is already hotter than normal. (via @tinyeggs for @grist) apple.news/A0r9etpx-Q_G5r…
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Feels weird to be continuing on as yet another nail in the coffin of U.S. climate policy gets hammered in but I came up with the idea for this package because climate change is happening and I want everyone to know about these bugs. So, today: Vibrio grist.org/health/the-dis…
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Private companies are pledging more than $700 million to boost the manufacturing and installation of EV chargers. Today's Beacon for @grist. grist.org/beacon/700-mil…
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The Securities and Exchange Commission could require companies to report their annual emissions in financial filings. grist.org/climate/a-rule…
As the planet warms, more health risks will come not from people, but directly from the environment around us grist.org/health/the-dis…
Clothes are starting to wear their scars proudly, if you look for them. grist.org/guides/how-to-…
Nearly all Americans have detectable concentrations of at least one one PFAS compound in their blood. grist.org/health/pfas-fo…
There are so many reasons to despair, to think all is lost. But climate activists young and old remain optimistic as they find that action spurs hope, leading to more action in a virtuous cycle. grist.org/fix/hope-is-no…
This summer is smashing global heat records — and it’s only June grist.org/extreme-weathe…
Less than 1 percent of all vehicles in the U.S. are electric. Researches say they have identified a potential reason why. grist.org/technology/the…
As Climeworks breaks ground on a new direct air capture plant, three new companies follow in its footsteps. grist.org/climate-energy…
Summer is becoming unbearable. Phoenix might hold solutions on how to cope. grist.org/cities/lessons…
For more than a decade, advocates have pushed OSHA to protect workers from heat-related injuries and death. grist.org/extreme-weathe…
A new book argues that Corporate America is waking up to climate action. It’s all about the bottom line. grist.org/economics/what…
Zoe, Yago, Xenia: Seville, Spain, launches the world's first program to name and rate heat waves. Today's Beacon for @grist. grist.org/beacon/spain-g…
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More than 150 conservation, environmental, and social justice organizations have accused The Nature Conservancy of "promoting false climate solutions." grist.org/energy/logging…
This week, @grist published my package on climate-fueled diseases. I'm highlighting one disease from the package each day. Today: chikungunya fever, carried by mosquitoes. (Illustrations by the unparalleled @ameliabatesart) grist.org/health/the-dis…
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More than one-third of states have no flood disclosure laws whatsoever, and a few more have laws that experts deem too weak or too vague. grist.org/guides/how-to-…
Some manufacturers are going the extra mile to clean up emissions from a critical material in solar panels' supply chain. grist.org/energy/solar-i…
The federal government is considering a rule change that would make it harder for utility companies to recover trade association dues. grist.org/regulation/uti…
Nebraska Republicans say a new canal will keep their water from being pilfered by Colorado. Water experts say it won't really do anything. grist.org/politics/nebra…
Heat kills more people in the U.S. each year, on average, than any other kind of extreme weather, often in predictable ways. grist.org/extreme-weathe…
As companies around the world pledge to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, a major U.S. energy company is charting a different path toward what it’s calling “real zero.” grist.org/energy/with-re…
Alright folks, I wrote an essay. I’ve always been transfixed by space and kinda bad at learning new tech. So how did my VR trip to the International Space Station turn out? grist.org/culture/the-in…
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Can virtual reality recreate the overview effect? Grist reporter @katemyoder took a $50 trip to space to find out. grist.org/culture/the-in…
For about six months I've been working on this profile of @OlufemiOTaiwo and what I think he's trying to do grist.org/culture/olufem…
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Colorado passed legislation this month that many are calling the nation’s “most comprehensive” state law on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — also known as "forever chemicals." Today's Beacon for @grist. grist.org/beacon/the-nat…
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Grist staff writer @zteirstein is back on the "Don't bother leaving your house"-beat. But this time she tapped @ameliabatesart to do some of the most detailed illustrations I've ever seen. Read a story as beautiful as it is troubling. grist.org/health/the-dis…
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It’s not your imagination: This summer is already hotter than normal. grist.org/extreme-weathe…
Here are five illnesses spreading in a hotter world. grist.org/health/the-dis…
This USDA program has been fighting soil erosion for decades. Now it’s pivoting to climate change. grist.org/agriculture/us…
A UN report highlights how warming temperatures are upending nature's life cycles—with devastating impacts on agriculture and biodiversity. grist.org/climate/an-eme…
The First Nations Version of the New Testament places humans within, rather than above, the natural world. grist.org/fix/indigenous…
View digital postcards from activists, farmers, scientists, and artists recalling the place and memory when they fell in love with the outdoors 📮grist.org/fix/from-earth…z
Research shows that those who live near polluting sites tend to be lower income and disproportionately people of color—populations that are more likely to need abortion care in the first place. grist.org/health/what-ov…
Stoked that I can finally share the illos I made for @zteirstein's article on infectious diseases that are becoming more common thanks to climate change. They took forever but gosh were they fun to work on (after I got over the initial ick factor) 1/ grist.org/health/the-dis…
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Many of us have spent the last 2 years worried about the health risks posed by other people. But as the climate warms, more health risks will increasingly come directly from the environment around us. We’re equally unprepared to handle those. grist.org/health/the-dis… @grist 1/6
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For the next 5 days, I'm going to highlight one disease each day from the package of climate-fueled diseases Grist published this morning. First up: the black-legged tick. (Note: These images are not photos, they're illustrations done by @ameliabatesart) grist.org/health/the-dis…
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Farmers and scientists are increasingly observing that unusually high springtime temperatures can kill pollen and interfere with the fertilization of crops. (Via @YaleE360) grist.org/agriculture/po…
Ensuring a less deadly future requires taking actions right now to protect ourselves against what’s coming. The first step, as with any climate change-related issue, is sizing up the scope of the threat.
The viruses, bacteria and fungi these carriers spread can cause a host of health problems, including joint pain, skin lesions, short-term memory problems—and even death.
In a field guide to tomorrow’s climate-driven diseases, we introduce you to new disease carriers you probably haven’t heard of yet. They’re growing in number and expanding to new parts of the U.S. due, in large part, to climate change. grist.org/health/the-dis…
You may be familiar with some of these diseases. Vector-borne illnesses, such as Lyme disease and West Nile virus, are becoming more common as global temperatures rise.
Over 1 million people in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, a painful consequence of how ill-prepared the nation is for an infectious disease outbreak. As the climate warms, more health risks will come not only from other people, but increasingly from the environment around us.
Federal agencies can once again protect endangered species' habitats, thanks to the reversal of a Trump-era policy last week. Today's Beacon for @grist. grist.org/beacon/restori…
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The Biden administration and 11 states on the East Coast are working together to accelerate the construction of offshore wind projects in the United States. grist.org/climate-energy…
The news has been too cheery so today @grist put out my package on the bugs (and fungi, and bacteria) that will try to kill us in a hotter world. Take a look, warn your family and friends, and wonder at @ameliabatesart's incredible illustrations. grist.org/health/the-dis…
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As the planet warms, more health risks will come not from people, but directly from the environment around us. We’re equally unprepared to handle those. Here's our field guide to tomorrow’s climate-driven diseases: grist.org/health/the-dis…
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