Greenwash of the Week: Today's Top Reads

Happy Friday! Here are today's top reads:

  • Ignore the Venezuelan uprising and check out this sparkly new building (Bloomberg)
  • Sea World questions ethics of 'Blackfish' investigation (NY Times)
  • Lawmakers to Obama: Do more on environmental justice (National Journal)
  • Blobs of Exxon-Valdez oil are still fresh on the beaches (Atlantic Cities)
  • Warming pause doesn't reverse scientific view on climate (Bloomberg)
  • Canada minister threatens legislation to clear grain backlog (Wall Street Journal)
  • Chad takes action, and the elephants hear it (National Geographic)
  • In Texas, a 'primary on steroids' avoid discussing energy (EnergyWire)
  • Austin a 'poster child' for urban wildfire threat (Climate Central)
  • A study claims that global warming could cause 180,000 more rapes by 2099 (Atlantic Cities)

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