Grist Gives you the Gist of All Things Green
Grist, one of Technorati's Top 100 blogs and sits on top of the Green Blog List, is a single source of all things green. The site has covers environmental news and commentary with a "wry twist" and has been doing so since 1999. Grist bills itself as helping its readers discover the "real meaning behind green stories, and to connect big issues like climate change to daily life."
Check out some of the most recent posts from Grist:
- The feds get seriously creepy about climate change: Turns out that climate change may be a top government priority after all, but just not in the way you might think.
- Maybe don't drink this billion-year-old-water: Scientists found water in Canada that had been trapped in veins of rock 1.5 miles underground for at least a billion and possibly as much as 2.64 billion years. In the name of pure research, one of the discoverers took a taste.
- Indianapolis to get nation's largest EV sharing program: Indy might be a new location where electric vehicle enthusiasts will be able to get behind the wheel of these eco-friendly rides without having to actually own it.
- Obama says a climate plan is coming next month, so climate hawks delay lawsuit: A cavalry of lawyers representing states and environmental groups was expected to launch a legal assault against the Obama administration this week over its slow movement on climate rules, but the charge was postponed at the 11th hour.
- Map of place name origins proves that we all secretly live in a fantasy novel: The Atlas of True Names is a project of cartographers Stephan Hormes and Silke Peust, and you can buy a physical map to hang on your wall and make every mundane business trip or holiday homecoming into an epic adventure.
Check out some other posts over at Grist.