Eat a Cricket, Save the World: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads

  • Keystone weirdonomics means gas prices won't be getting any cheaper (Bloomberg)
  • Chernobyl: Capping a catastrophe (NY Times)
  • Eat a cricket, save the world (National Journal)
  • Legal pot brings Colo. ballot deluge from guns to fracking (Bloomberg)
  • Western U.S. faces bigger, more frequent wild fires (Climate Central)
  • Steyer challenges Kochs to Keystone debate (Hill)
  • Climate change adaptation perfumes Nepal's foothills (Reuters)
  • Texas: When fracking comes to town (Al Jazeera America)
  • Giant rainforest buffer zone planned to protect Indonesian wildlife (Guardian)
  • Will Alberta's oilsands become 'stranded assets' (Tyee)

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