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    • Climate change is still a problem (IPCC)
    • Securities and Exchange Commission considers requiring companies to report climate risks (Grist)
    • Torrance gets $6.2 million for transit electrification, charging (Daily Breeze)
    • Taking a ride with a BART operator (Mass Transit)
    • Women pay more for transportation than men (Route Fifty)
    • Caltrans Director Omishakin moves up (Post News Group)
    • Chevron workers strike for higher pay (SF Chronicle)
    • Podcast: A deep dive into California's housing goals and struggles (CalMatters)
    • How and where UC Berkeley students live now - before planned enrollment increase (Mercury News)
    • Some urbanist YouTube channels to follow (Columbus Underground)

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