Wednesday headlines: Cheatgreenthemorningnews.org

A study says last summer was the hottest in the past 2,000 years. / USA Today

Today’s solar and wind deployment rates are much faster than most countries during the nuclear boom period. / Sustainability by Numbers

Investors and developers expect 8 to 10% annual growth in refrigerated warehouses. / Sherwood

See also: Historical production data from 122 of the world’s largest oil, gas, coal, and cement producers. / Carbon Majors

Headline of the week? “All eels in America and Europe come from the Bermuda Triangle (but no one’s ever seen them there).” / Atlas Obscura

“Business is booming.” A brief dip into the market for “pet milk,” aka raw milk. / STAT

A typical Gen Alpha child spends $45 of their own money each week. / Fast Company

Some tips on how to encourage a white boyfriend to eat so-called ethnic food. “Use children’s foods as a gateway for spice tolerance.” / Letters From the Chinese Room

See also: The economics of a $15 salad at Sweetgreen. / Sherwood

The “accessory of the season” in the upper Midwest this summer is said to be a Naz Reid tattoo. / The Wall Street Journal [+]

A stuntman explains what it was like to double for heights-fearing Ryan Gosling in a movie about stuntmen. / InsideHook

Australia’s richest woman demands the National Gallery remove her (unflattering) portrait. / The Guardian

Chairs with high heels for feet, meant to reflect “female individuality,” are just creepy. / dezeen

Unrelated: “Above all, do not lose your desire to walk.” Advice from Soren Kierkegaard regarding despair. / The Convivial Society

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