Burgers With a Side of Food Poisoning: Today's Top Reads

Good afternoon! Here are today's top reads:

  • Wives hide HIV as stigma undermines progress on AIDS (Bloomberg)
  • Frack quietly, please: Sage grouse is nesting (NY Times)
  • Whales under threat as U.S. approves seismic oil prospecting in Atlantic (Guardian)
  • U.S. and China lead the way on carbon capture and storage (Climate Central)
  • Thousands of women, accused of sorcery, tortured and executed in Indian witch hunts (Washington Post)
  • McDonald’s, Yum! Brands cease using Chinese meat supplier during probe (Bloomberg)
  • Can we inherit the environmental damage done to our ancestors? (Scientific American)
  • Where does discarded clothing go? (Atlantic)
  • Helsinki's new plan to eliminate car ownership (Fast Company)
  • Why the largest microgrid in the U.S. is in Austin (GreenBiz)

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