Long Reads Of The Week: Tinder, Drug Lords And The End Of The World

5 great reads you might have missed from around the web

1 | Last year, a historic U.N. climate deal was agreed in Paris. But will it really make enough of a difference to save a world increasingly under siege from extreme weather patterns? For Rolling Stone, Jeff Goodell investigates.

2 | "We’re what rock ’n’ roll was. Rock ’n’ roll was about freedom, and now Tinder’s about freedom." Meet Sean Rad, the gaffe-prone CEO of the world's most famous dating app who just wants to be liked in ths profile by California Sunday Magazine's Nellie Bowles.

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3 | Britain's greatest living stage director or a 'cultural vandal'? The Guardian's Charlotte Higgins meets the ambitious and uncompromising Katie Mitchell in this excellent profile.

4 | In 'How the Klan Got Its Hood', New Republic's Alison Kinney looks at the history of the Ku Klux Klan which began priding itself on 'lacking hierarchy or uniforms' until external influences - including Hollywood - convinced them to adopt their distinctive white uniform.

5 | Finally, for the New Yorker, Francisco Goldman looks at the farce surrounding the capture of Mexico drug lord El Chapo, his much-mocked interview with Sean Penn and why, for Mexicans, very little is likely to change.