Ice Melts off the Map: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Americans would pay more to curb climate change (Bloomberg)
  • How El Nino will change the world’s weather in 2014 (Guardian)
  • A fight as U.S. girls face genital cutting abroad (New York Times)
  • Clean power plan follows uneven CO2 emissions trend (Climate Central)
  • Bees living in cities are building their homes with plastic (Scientific American)
  • Google said to plan energy push with tools for utilities (Bloomberg)
  • Four years after BP spill, a shallow-water revival (National Journal)
  • An interactive air pollution map (Atlantic)
  • Whoops: Air conditioning is making cities hotter, not colder (Fast Company)
  • So much Arctic ice has melted, we need a new atlas (CityLab)

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