'Unprecedented' Flooding: Today's Top Reads

Good morning! Here are today's top reads:

  • Energy trader turned Caribbean surfer watches for waves (Bloomberg)
  • China and Russia are said to reach major gas deal (NY Times)
  • Fukushima Daiichi begins pumping groundwater into Pacific (Guardian)
  • Water goes ‘missing’ with snow loss (BBC)
  • When can we call the U.S. shale boom a bubble? (Bloomberg)
  • Ten years of pollution, $2 million in penalties (National Journal)
  • The climate context for ‘unprecedented’ Balkans flooding (Climate Central)
  • Stirring up forgotten lead: Smelters across US at risk from tornadoes, floods, quakes (Environmental Health News)
  • Hungry for a helping of test tube meat? Maybe you should be (Los Angeles Times)
  • A water wheel that sucks up 50,000 pounds of river trash every day (Fast Company)

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