State of the Climate Union: Today’s Top Reads

Here are today's top reads:

  • Obama urged to act alone on climate if Congress unwilling to pass legislation (Bloomberg)
  • Genetic weapon against insects raises hope and fear in farming (NY Times)
  • Keystone opponents use rail constraints to urge rejection (Bloomberg)
  • DDT pesticide linked to Alzheimer's (BBC)
  • Norway's sovereign fund halves coal exposure (Reuters)
  • Kenyan energy bonanza fans violence in arid northern region (Bloomberg)
  • This enormous Moscow park used to be a four-lane highway (Fast Company)
  • The year in weather like never seen before (Climate Central)
  • FEMA: Caught between climate change and Congress (InsideClimate News)
  • The wrongful death suit that could finally define Uber (Atlantic)

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