Here are five recommended reads for today (12/2/13).
- Bloomberg reports, "European Union countries approved an agreement with China to curb imports of Chinese solar panels, ending the EU’s biggest commercial dispute of its kind."
- According to the New York Times, "As Oil Floods Plains Towns, Crime Pours In."
- Reuters reports, "In a first on Monday, an online marketplace will allow U.S. homeowners to weigh options for going solar as easily as they can compare prices for airline tickets."
- According to Bloomberg: "The U.K. will soon see 'major investments' in offshore wind projects, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey said, signaling the country’s push to expand low-carbon power isn’t derailing."
- The Hill reports: "Billionaire Tom Steyer plans to renew his fight against Keystone XL in Washington on Monday. NextGen Climate Action, founded by Steyer, will host a summit where participants will argue the Keystone XL pipeline proposed by TransCanada Corp. cannot pass President Obama's climate test"