Food Fights: Today's Top Reads

Good morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • Risks grow as new nations embrace nuclear power (Bloomberg)
  • At quiet rebel base, plotting an assault on South Sudan's oil fields (NY Times)
  • Climate change will 'lead to battle for food', says head of World Bank (Guardian)
  • Exxon agrees to disclose fracking risks (Wall Street Journal)
  • Clinton, Lagarde target glass ceiling for women worldwide (Bloomberg)
  • U.S. lags behind China in renewable investments (Climate Central)
  • Months after West Virginia spill, a weakened chemical safety bill emerges (National Journal)
  • Smog expert: Worsening Saharan dust storms to become an annual spring fixture (Independent)
  • Research set to protect beer from climate change (Brisbane Times)
  • Climate deniers intimidate journal into retracting paper that finds they believe conspiracy theories (Scientific American)

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