Climate Weapons, Arctic Drilling and a CIA Fake: Today's Top Reads

  • Germany's energy revolution on the verge of collapse (New Scientist)
  • At Davos, a push for clean energy as climate weapon (AP)
  • The Amazing Endurance of Slums (Atlantic Cities)
  • Is it hot in here, or is it just me telling you it's hot in here? (The Grid)
  • Inside Plum Organics, the first Benefit Corporation owned by a public company (Fast Company)
  • Shell's Arctic drilling set back by U.S. court ruling (Guardian)
  • Deposition transcript of John Beale, ex-epa official who faked being CIA officer, released (Washington Post)
  • Finally, a reason for a bit of optimism about climate change (Washington Post blog)
  • FDA to investigate caramel coloring in soda (Salon)
  • Bike sharing collapses in Montreal (Bloomberg)
  • Brazil dolphin is first new river species since 1918 (BBC News)

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