Pollution Pays: Today's Top Reads

Good morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • Panasonic to pay expat workers in China pollution compensation (Guardian)
  • EPA's proposed rules on water worry farmers (NY Times)
  • Oil-fouled waters spoil Niger delta as homes abandoned (Bloomberg)
  • Social cost of carbon greatly underestimated (Climate Central)
  • Call for 'frack-free zones' to protect U.K.'s wildlife and water (Guardian)
  • China sticks with coal gasification to curb smog despite potentially big rise in CO2 emissions (ClimateWire)
  • Christie's opposition to Tesla spurs cries of hypocrisy (Bloomberg)
  • GOP goes head-hunting in EPA climate probe (National Journal)
  • Uncertainty is the new denial (New Economics Foundation)
  • We should all be eating more insects, but we probably won't - yet (Atlantic Cities)

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