Hot off the Griddle: December 2

Good morning, and welcome back to the Griddle, a morning menu of fortified items for the busy person's media diet. December means holidays and vacations, family and friends. This Friday and every Friday on The Grid we'll bring you the Best of Bloomberg Sustainability from the week that was. Bookmark them for the plane, beach or cabin. Bring them up at Christmas dinner. Print them out and -- uh, no, best not to print them out, unless you really need to.

And now the news:

The Race to Decide Who's Greenest
Karen Weise

Fossil Fuels Beaten by Renwables for First Time as Climate Talks Founder
Alex Morales

Shale Pioneers Plan Next English Wells After Frack Causes Quake
Kari Lundgren

Wal-Mart Joining Amazon to Promote Rage-Free Packaging
Cliff Edwards

Raw Materials Topping Equities with Economic Expansion Intact
Whitney McFerron and Elizabeth Campbell

Transocean Stock Sale Doesn’t End Junk Threat
Joe Carroll and Sapna Maheshwari

Breathtaking: The World's Most Beautiful Polluted Sunsets
Tom Randall

What's on Your Face? The Ten Most Toxic Cosmetics
Courtney Dentsch

How Gingrich Landed on Gore's Love Seat With Pelosi
Julie Hirschfield Davis

JPMorgan Follows UBS Cutting Carbon Jobs as Emission Permit Price Dives
Ben Sills

Clean-Energy Funding to Dry Up After Obama’s Grant Program Ends
Andrew Herndon

India Mostly Opens to Wal-Mart: Chandrahas Choudhury
World View blog

Canada Quitting Kyoto Could Mean Escaping $6.7 Billion Carbon Offset Bill
Jeremy van Loon

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