U-Turn on Climate Policy: Today's Top Reads

Happy Memorial Day weekend! Here are today's top reads:

  • Australia’s pollution U-turn threats UN climate talks (Bloomberg)
  • Glacial melt pours iron into ocean, seeding algal blooms (Scientific American)
  • Near-average hurricane season is predicted for U.S. as El Niño develops in the Pacific (NY Times)
  • Extreme U.S. and U.K. winters linked to CO2 (Bloomberg)
  • Colorado's unregulated marijuana farms persist despite legal 'green rush' (Guardian)
  • Inside the looming food crisis (National Geographic)
  • How green energy won out over fossil fuels in a red state (National Journal)
  • Tea Party members really, really don't trust scientists (Mother Jones)
  • A bogus claim that electricity prices will nearly double with clean coal technology (Washington Post)
  • The cities with the most energy efficient buildings (Fast Company)

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