Coal's Great Year: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Coal's share of world's energy demand at highest since 1970 (Bloomberg)
  • Grass is greener for the future of biofuels (Climate Central)
  • China official rebuked for blaming lead poisoning on pencils (Guardian)
  • Australia sees Obama climate change plan as all talk, no action (Bloomberg)
  • “Thinking of ways to harm her” (NY Times)
  • Sustainability doesn’t mean less profit, it means profit forever (Fast Company)
  • Gentoo penguins thrive, while Adelies and chinstraps falter in a climate changed world (Scientific American)
  • Head injuries didn’t rise in bike-share cities. They actually fell (CityLab)
  • Deforestation leaves fish undersized and underfed (BBC)
  • Researchers hope ‘super banana’ will combat Vitamin A deficiency (Time)


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