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8:34 AM PDT on May 11, 2022

    • Earth's climate could hit the point of no return within five years (AP)
    • Ninety percent of the Great Barrier Reef suffered bleaching this year (AP)
    • What were we saying about climate change? (IPCC)
    • Copenhagen installs super tall benches as a warning on climate change (Euronews)
    • Air Resources Board releases new plan to tackle climate change (CalMatters)
    • The silent epidemic of pedestrian deaths (Current Affairs)
    • Uber always knew it couldn't make money (Curbed)
    • Central Valley residents know: despite cynicism and lack of support, high-speed rail is being built (KQED)
    • How unethical is next-day delivery? And what can you do about it? (The Guardian)
    • SoCal regulators blame the federal government for their inability to meet federal clean air standards (LA Times)
    • Californians are using more water, as if there's no drought (CalMatters)

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