SuperChicken: Today's Top Reads

Happy Friday! Here are today's top reads:

  • Research could lead to a new breed of superchicken (Bloomberg)
  • Politicians’ prescription for marijuana defy doctors and data (NY Times)
  • Most people will pay more money for products from socially responsible companies (Fast Company)
  • Mediterranean region struggles with warming, acidification and jellyfish blooms (ClimateWire)
  • Can we stop tornadoes by building a giant wall? (CityLab)
  • Wall Street: Your climate war has arrived (National Journal)
  • Oceana finds U.S. fishermen could lose $1 billion annually in wasted catch (Oceana)
  • Germany’s new coal plants push power glut to four-year high (Bloomberg)
  • Three billion to zero: What happened to the passenger pigeon? (Scientific American)
  • Government spending could save the world – so what’s holding it back? (Guardian)

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