climate change

THE ENVIRONMENT

How to Cook, Snack, and Shop in the Age of Seriously Scary Climate Change

You may be feeling helpless, but here are seven things you can start doing today to shrink your carbon footprint.
Lauren Rothman
10.10.18
climate change

Climate Change Is Leading to Skinnier Pigs, Potentially More Expensive Bacon

A new report from Scientific American asserts that warmer global temperatures will mean a future with smaller—and fewer—pigs.
Danielle Wayda
9.24.18
beer

Lambic Beer Could Become a Casualty of Climate Change

Meteorological data shows the brewing window for lambics is an estimated 45 days shorter now than it was at the turn of the 20th century.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.12.18
Ice Cream

This Creamery Is Powered Entirely By Cow Poop

The secret ice cream ingredient you didn't know you needed.
Danielle Wayda
6.21.18
Millennials

Millennials Have Spoken and Uncrustables Are Definitely Ravioli

And if that's not bad enough, you should see how they eat string cheese.
Ian Burke
6.12.18
meat

The World’s Largest Meat and Fish Producers Are Hiding Their Climate Emissions

Additionally, of the 60 meat companies assessed in the report, 46 have no plans in place to eliminate the routine use of antibiotics.
Lauren Rothman
6.1.18
Beerland

How Florida's Craft Brewers are Coping with Climate Change

Increasingly dangerous tropical storms are a major threat to small brewers in the state.
Kenny Gould
12.28.17
beer

Scottish Brewery Protests Trump with 'Make Earth Great Again' Beer

It's BrewDog's latest in a line of beers with a political slant.
Mayukh Sen
11.3.17
Wine Country

How the California Wildfires Have Devastated Wine Country

"This was literally a hurricane of fire. This global warming sh*t is getting real."
Mayukh Sen
10.13.17
Fast Food Week

One of America's Best Burgers Comes from This Dive Made of Sea Trash

Something ineffable sets Le Tub apart. Maybe it's all the toilet seats on the walls.
Myles Karp
8.3.17
climate change

Backing Out of the Paris Agreement Could Devastate American Agriculture

Lost credibility, trade repercussions, and a lack of voice from policy-making are just a few of the problems agriculture-industry experts are concerned about.
Tom Perkins
6.4.17
environment

Algae Could Solve the World’s Food Security Crisis

Basically, eating pond scum could save the world.
Daisy Meager
11.29.16