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    • The world's largest PR company, Edelman, makes millions promoting climate destruction (Heated)
      • And will not walk away from oil industry clients (NY Times)
    • Oil industry and labor are fighting California climate policy (Grist)
    • It's time to enforce "parking cash-out" (SPUR)
    • "Data-driven" doesn't always equal "better" (Next City)
    • Invest in walking and cycling for sustainable cities (The City Fix)
    • Outgoing Congressman DeFazio to safe streets advocates: Keep at it (Bloomberg)
    • The American obsession with speeding (Slate)

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