Green Drones: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Hydrogen fuel finally graduating from lab to city streets (Bloomberg)
  • China coal spending of $21 billion seen risked by climate rules (Bloomberg)
  • Climate treaties like Kyoto aren't coming back: Ex-UN Climate Chief (Bloomberg)
  • Ship operators propose drones to hunt sulfur scofflaws (Bloomberg)
  • Yes, drones really can help the planet (GreenBiz)
  • Great Barrier Reef authority approves dredge spoil dumping from Hay Point (Guardian)
  • After summer fires, El Nino could bring severe flooding to the West (ClimateWire)
  • Americans who mistrust climate scientists take cues from global temperatures (Scientific American)
  • Risk posed by china mountain removal (BBC)
  • In a first, test of DNA finds root of illness (NY Times)

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