Here’s what we’re reading today.
1. Say hello to your iPhone SE
“The current speculation is that Apple is about to unveil a new 4-inch iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro, and additional Watch bands. It might even use this as a chance to launch an update to iOS 9.”
2. A radical proposal to fix Vancouver’s real estate market
“Vancouver architect Richard Henriquez has a solution for Canada’s least affordable city. Get vertical. Build higher, without limits. Ignore the fussy horizontalists, people who “go crazy” when any new tower is proposed for Vancouver’s downtown.”
3. Canada & U.S. agree to cut methane emissions
“The federal government will impose regulations to cut methane emissions in the oil and gas industry by as much as 45 per cent as part of a bilateral climate deal announced Thursday during Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s official visit to Washington.”
4. Donald Trump’s 400-year-old economic policy
Why Donald Trump’s trade policy smacks of centuries-old mercantilism.
+1: The last days of the Shale King: Bloomberg looks at the rise and fall of Aubrey McClendon.
5. My summer serving milkshakes at the Bohemian Grove
“‘Anyone can aspire to be President of the United States, but few have any hope of becoming President of the Bohemian Club,’ Richard Nixon reportedly once said.” Gawker’s Sophie Weiner on her time working at the global elites’ biggest party of the year.