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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Literal Swamp Creatures Showed Up to a Hearing for Trump's Latest Cabinet Pick

They came by to troll David Bernhardt, a former big oil lobbyist nominated to run the Department of the Interior.
River Donaghey
3.29.19
palm oil

There's a New Hazelnut Spread in Town and It Wants to Take On Nutella

The Barilla Group is set to launch the palm-oil-free Crema Pan di Stelle in January of next year.
Danielle Wayda
11.21.18
Livable Planet

Trump's Anti-Environment Agenda Makes 2018 the Perfect Time to Support These Climate Orgs

Here's how you can be part of the solution to the world's mounting environmental problems.
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
3.6.18
Voices

An Urban Planning Trend is Destroying Some of Shanghai's Last Remaining Wetlands

China is putting economic development before its marine life along its vast coastline.
Crystal Zhang
1.25.18
Right to Repair

Want a Laptop That's Easy to Repair? Look Beyond Apple and Microsoft

A new report issued by iFixit and Greenpeace shows just how user-hostile laptops from Apple and Microsoft are compared to competitors like HP and Samsung.
Nicholas Deleon
6.27.17
meltdown

Canada’s Nuclear Province Isn’t Ready for Its Fukushima, Critics Say

Ontario has launched a public consultation on its nuclear emergency plan.
Kate Lunau
5.19.17
50 states of art

How Art Immortalized #NoDAPL Protests at Standing Rock | #50StatesofArt

Sarain Fox, the host of 'RISE' on VICELAND, tells Creators why art was vital to the #NoDAPL movement.
Kara Weisenstein
2.28.17
Whoa

China Tries 'Vertical Forests' for its Air Pollution Problem

They might not fix it, but they'll look good trying.
Nick Keppler
2.7.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Bunch of Greenpeace Activists Hung a 'Resist' Banner from a Crane Behind the White House

The stunt follows Trump's executive orders on the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, as well as his contract freeze on the EPA.
Lauren Messman
1.25.17
Eat This

No, Eating Soy Isn't Going to Give You Manboobs

Vegan dude bros can rest easy.
Mike Pearl
10.20.16
Art

“Lightmapping” Reveals Invisible Radiation in Chernobyl & Fukushima

Greenpeace photographer Greg McNevin uses a light-painting technique to visualize lasting radiation levels.
Nathaniel Ainley
6.4.16
Munchies

What McDonald's Is Doing to Protect the Future of the Filet-O-Fish

The current agreement puts the brakes on expanding cod fishing, but also the use of heavy nets to scrape marine life from the seabed, known as “bottom trawling”, in the Arctic—an area where some 800,000 tons of cod are already being fished on a yearly...
Nick Rose
5.30.16
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