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    • The clock is ticking on climate change (IPCC)
    • Transportation systems must change, and fast, to avoid its worst effects (Fast Company)
    • Think you're safe from sea level rise? It will push up toxic stuff we've been dumping on the ground for years (KQED)
    • Former California Transportation Commissioner Lucy Dunn thinks that congestion is the worst problem facing Californians, blames Newsom for problems she helped cause (Los Angeles Daily News)
    • Tear down urban highways and build housing (Catalyst)
    • Let's make it a game and rank CA cities by their bad air quality (KTLA)
    • Almost $2 billion in federal funds coming to CA for transit (Gold Rush Cam)
    • Berkeley Planning Commission approves housing plan at North Berkeley BART station (Berkeleyside)
    • Promoting "pedestrian dignity" (Mashable)
    • CA housing prices rose dramatically, pricing out Latinos and others (NBC)
    • Oaklanders seem very interested in ADUs (SF Chronicle)

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