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Explain your latest award nomination, Grist

The Grist Explainers team gets a nod from the 2016 Online Journalism Awards.

Alaska Native village votes to relocate in the face of rising sea levels

The villagers were nearly split on whether to leave their ancestral home for good.

Sorry, Beverly Hills: You get a subway now

A federal judge just ruled that wealthy NIMBYs couldn’t block a proposed metro extension.

Pipeline company gets nasty as it tries to push huge new project through sensitive lands

Police and protesters face off as construction begins on one of the biggest pipelines proposed since Keystone XL.

82,000 Californias have fled a crazy, out-of-control wildfire

The Blue Cut fire outside San Bernadino went from spark to raging inferno in just one day.

EPA’s new rules are good for tech, and trucking

The EPA's new regulations are a big deal -- both for the troposphere and for the lungs of anyone in trucking territory.

Many of those hit hard by Louisiana rains don’t have flood insurance

An estimated 40,000 homes have been damaged, and paying for repairs could prove a challenge.

Koch bros want you to think fossil fuels are great for the whole family

The Fueling U.S. Forward campaign is an attempt to rebrand the oil, gas, and coal industry as "pro-human."

Another reason to divest from oil companies: They rip off shareholders

Oil and gas companies are not performing well, but they're paying their executives more than ever.

John Oliver to oil lobby: You bozos picked the wrong man to plagiarize

API aired a commercial during the Rio Olympics that essentially carbon-copied the opening credit sequence of Oliver's show.

Boston is cooking up a plan to survive sea-level rise

The mayor wants to make sure the city stays above water even as climate change gets more serious.

Environmentalists split over Jay Faison and his push for “conservative clean energy”

Mega-donor Faison is backing Republicans who support his preferred energy approach. Is that helping or hurting the climate cause?

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