Wooing Wall Street: Today's Top Reads

Good morning. Today: 2013 Oscar nominations offer a welcome distraction from "carbon dioxide removal" technology.

  • World may have to suck gases from air to meet climate goals: UN (Reuters)
  • How Wall Street can solve the climate crisis (Mother Jones)
  • Climate change: The case of the missing heat (Nature)
  • Company in West Virginia spill cited in issues at second site (Associated Press)
  • Renewable energy at $254 billion? Make it a clean trillion (The Grid)
  • Tony Fadell Q&A: Why I sold Nest to Google (Fortune)
  • Tricks of the Trade (UCS Report)
  • Why so many emerging megacities remain so poor (Atlantic Cities)
  • BP sees renewables outpacing fossil fuels, eclipsing nuclear (Bloomberg)
  • Far west got drier last year, data shows (New York Times)

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