Plastic Rocks: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • China wants to feed UN projects to its new CO2 market (Bloomberg)
  • Tom Steyer’s slow, and ongoing, conversion from fossil-fuels investor to climate activist (Washington Post)
  • Researchers race to save coral in Miami (NY Times)
  • Shark Park, DNA seen as best chance of conservation (Bloomberg)
  • As forests are cleared and species vanish, there’s one other loss: a world of languages (Guardian)
  • I just want to say one word to you: Plastiglomerate (Scientific American)
  • Could changing waterways make world trade dry up? (GreenBiz)
  • Dust in the wind could speed Greenland’s ice melt (Climate Central)
  • The rise of private ‘luxury’ mass transit buses (CityLab)
  • Japan to press for resumption of annual whale hunt (BBC)

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