Shale Boom Winners and Losers: Today's Top Reads

God morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • The new winners and losers in America's shale boom (Wall Street Journal)
  • Wichita Falls is first U.S. city to reuse sewer water (Bloomberg)
  • 'Oldest living things in the world' tell a tale of climate (Climate Central)
  • Ice or molten salt, not batteries, to store energy (NY Times)
  • World's top serial bird killers put infamous windmills to shame (Bloomberg)
  • Corn biofuels worse than gasoline on global warming in short term - study (Guardian)
  • What the latest Keystone XL delay really means (InsideClimate News)
  • An ingredient of pot may help people with epilepsy (Scientific American)
  • Malta criticized for mass shooting of migratory birds (BBC)
  • Has Manhattan become too 'Manhattanized' (Atlantic Cities)

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