Here are some stories I intended to highlight this weekend, but I got a little lazy:
What Does It Cost To Start A New Farm? - Fast Company. You really don't want to know.
The Myth of the Skills Gap - MIT Technology Review. Business leaders are full of shit? Nooooo......
Why are New Zealand's waters so polluted? - Al Jazeera. Spoiler: dairy farms.
It’s Time To Ditch The Concept Of ‘100-Year Floods’ - FiveThirtyEight
Harvey Wasn’t Just Bad Weather. It Was Bad City Planning - Bloomberg Businessweek Note: Nobody was prepared for 50 inches of rain, but considering how much of Houston was built in the past 25 years, the drainage was still terribly planned.
How Washington Made Harvey Worse - Politico
Houston: A Global Warning - Rolling Stone
The Chemical Plant Explosion in Texas Is Not an Accident. It's the Result of Specific Choices. - Esquire
If you listen closely, you can hear Trump's tax plan shrinking - LA Times. Good, it is a bunch of poorly packaged stupidity.
10 Things Most Americans Don't Know About America - Mark Manson.
Why a Republican Pollster Is Losing Faith in Her Party - The Atlantic. Because it is a flaming pile of dog shit?
Where Corn Pollutes America Most, and Who’s Responsible - Bloomberg