Leaking Climate Reports and a Warped Chart: Today’s Top Reads

Good morning, folks. Friday, which seems to come around only once every week, is here again. Here's some reading to mark the occasion:

  • Extreme Weather Wreaking Havoc on Food as Farmers Suffer (Bloomberg)
  • This warped map shows global warming’s biggest offenders (Atlantic)
  • Climate protection may cut world GDP 4% by 2030, UN says (Bloomberg)
  • Solar on a grand scale: big power plants coming online in the West (Washington Post)
  • All that remained of 100 elephants: a ton of ivory turned into trinkets (NY Times)
  • Brands shouldn’t be criticized for trying to tell their sustainability stories (Guardian)
  • Toxic Mercury Pollution May Rise with Arctic Meltdown (Scientific American)
  • Does Keystone XL Have a Place in the Oil-by-Rail Safety Debate? (Inside Climate News)
  • Miners Chopping $10 Billion Search Bodes Next Price Boom (Bloomberg)
  • Sustainability is better business – and we can prove it (Guardian)

What are you reading?

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