Shivering Cows and the Google Grid: Today's Top Reads

Greetings from New York, where we're busy picking out ties for tomorrow's climate and investment conference at the United Nations.

  • West Virginia Acknowledges It Had No Plan for Freedom Spill (Charleston Gazette)
  • Omnibus Thwarts Obama on Overseas Coal Plant Funding Limits (National Journal)
  • China, World's Top Global Emitter, Is Best on Climate Change: Figueres (Bloomberg)
  • A Century Later, the Expensive Lesson of Reversing the Chicago River (Atlantic Cities)
  • What I Learned from Six Months of GMO Research: None of It Matters (Grist)
  • Top iPhone Designer Now Works for the Google Grid (Bloomberg)
  • Grappling With Sea-Level Rise, Sooner Not Later (New York Times)
  • California Drought: What's Causing It? (San Jose Mercury News)
  • The Monster Hurricanes of the Future Won't Be Where You Think (Fast Company)
  • Shivering Cattle Signal Higher McDonald's Beef Cost (Bloomberg)
  • Should You Drink Coffee Before or After Learning a Task? (Scientific American)

How about you?

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