From Drought to Deluge: Today's Top Reads

Here are today's top reads:

  • China enacts biggest pollution curbs in 25 years (Bloomberg)
  • A defiant rancher savors the audience that rallied to his side (NY Times)
  • Keystone delay: Politics at play or regulatory clog? (Wall Street Journal)
  • The easy way to fix your city's transportation system (Atlantic Cities)
  • Storm surge could flood NYC once in every four years (Climate Central)
  • Coffee crop prayers for rain met with threat of a deluge (Bloomberg)
  • Amid legal uncertainty on conflict minerals, alternatives emerge (Guardian)
  • Darren Aronofsky discusses "Noah" and climate change (Mother Jones)
  • Biofuels mandate is cut drastically (Scientific American)
  • CO2 makes growing seasons longer (Nature)

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