Hearts of Darkness: Today's Top Reads

Good morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • Heart defects in Gulf tuna seen tied to 2010 BP oil spill (Bloomberg)
  • Climate change may make terrible mudslides more common (Atlantic Cities)
  • 2013 is sixth warmest year; climate change contributes (Climate Central)
  • New York City aims to turn fossil fuels into a dinosaur (GreenBiz)
  • Approval of natural-gas export project gets mixed reaction from lawmakers (Wall Street Journal)
  • Fracking safety: report warns of 'significant unknowns' (Guardian)
  • Bird's extinction is tied to the arrival of humans (NY Times)
  • Icons for the near future, from printable meat to autonomous car warnings (Fast Company)
  • Mountaintops, communities permanently altered in West Virginia (Al Jazeera America)
  • Environmental coalition launches counterattack against Koch brothers (Washington Post)

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