Dinosaurs Go Extinct. Again: Today's Top Read

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • China cuts in coal use may mean world emissions peak before 2020 (Bloomberg)
  • Fake seeds force Ugandan farmers to resort to 'bronze age' agriculture (Guardian)
  • U.S. drought retreats 15 percent in one year (Climate Central)
  • Deadly bat disease found in Wisconsin, Michigan (Scientific American)
  • New global scorecard aims to promote urban development without cars (Reuters)
  • Cancer 'miracle' patients studied anew for disease clues (Bloomberg)
  • How the U.S. power grid is like a big pile of sand (National Journal)
  • Environmentalists doing it wrong, again (Washington Post)
  • 'Dinosaurs of the turtle world' at risk in Southeast U.S. rivers (Science Daily)

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