Toilet to Tap: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Water scarcity drives U.S. communities toward smarter use, recycling (Bloomberg)
  • Selling poison by the barrel: liquid nicotine for e-cigarettes (NY Times)
  • High Cost of Climate Earns Exxon Rare Environmental Win (Bloomberg)
  • Mary Landrieu is paying - and getting paid big - for her stance on global warming (National Journal)
  • Maybe transit isn't surging after all (Atlantic Cities)
  • Japan's plutonium plan stokes China tensions on A-bomb risk (Bloomberg)
  • Shark-cull policy in Western Australia faces fresh challenges from Greens (Guardian)
  • A renewable solution to palm oil's methane problem (Climate Central)
  • Environmentalists: Hold your noses but deal with carbon capture and shale gas drilling (Forbes)
  • River pollution could be increase by wetter winter (BBC)

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