Worth Reading: Superbugs and Spillionaires

A few of the recent pieces I've liked:

Maryn McKenna at Superbug: Superbugs Found in New Delhi's Water and Sewage

Kim Barker at ProPublica: 'Spillionaires': Profiteering and Mismanagement in the Wake of the BP Oil Spill

Darryl Fears in the Washington Post: Goldman Environmental Prize goes to Texas man who took on refineries over pollution

Janet D. Stemwedel at Adventures in Ethics and Science: Equal Pay Day 2011: There is power in a union

Martin Austermuhle in the Nation: Washington, DC: Where Conservative Congressmen Dump Bad Ideas

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