A year later and still worth a read...
Oh.My.God. Republicans took control of Congressional committees last year. Has it done any good? (Is that a rhetorical question? Would the democrats do any better?)
A Model Free Trade Law -- good example for you small government types.
What you eat affects the planet -- the environmental food pyramids (like population impact) are far more important than low-carbon technologies. Food waste in developed countries, for example, is the result markets responding to consumer desires. Can't make a law to "fix" that -- need people to change their habits, which is kinda tough.
Water and financial risk -- How to avoid it (scarcity pricing).
Water Disclosure Project -- another year, another press release. I want to see how these disclosures affect poor governance by the people who SELL water to these companies.