Back to the Future?: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Fix the climate problem? Easy. Cut U.S. emissions to 1901 levels (Bloomberg)
  • Agent orange ingredient could soon be used to kill superweeds (National Journal)
  • How cities and businesses are collaborating to take on climate change (Fast Company)
  • Measuring cows' and pigs' emissions goes to new heights (Climate Central)
  • Hope for frogs in face of a deadly fungus (NY Times)
  • In Kentucky Senate race, coal is where the heart is (Guardian)
  • Dispersal key to reptile survival (BBC)
  • D.C. will feel like South Texas in summer by 2100 thanks to climate change, says report (Washington Post)
  • Global warming requires a more frequent rethink of 'normal' weather (Scientific American)

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