Conflict-Free Solar: Today's Top Reads

Good morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • Does climate change stand a chance against the oil boom in U.S. Elections (Scientific American)
  • These things are so pretty. They must be useful, too. Right? (Bloomberg)
  • From mines to megawatts: The promise of ‘conflict-free Big Solar’ (GreenBiz)
  • Severe drought plan would move California salmon by truck (Fresno Bee)
  • Senate democrats’ all-nighter flags climate change (NY Times)
  • Japan’s giant tsunami wall fails to stop atomic power fears (Bloomberg)
  • Ethical farming dilemma: Should we be helping the chicken or fixing the egg (Guardian)
  • This drug won’t stop the heroin epidemic. But it can help (National Journal)
  • The monitored man (NY Times)
  • U.N. wars food security a risk to Asia-Pacific (Reuters)

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