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    • Climate change is coming fast (IPCC)
    • Coastal cities are already sinking (Grist)
    • The great Salt Lake is drying up, and an ecological disaster awaits (NY Times)
    • Why is California investing in natural gas? (The Guardian)
    • Automakers side with California in lawsuit over regulating emissions (Sacramento Bee, The Hill)
    • Results from yesterday's election (CalMatters)
    • Is LA serious about safer streets? (LA Times)
    • Pedestrian fatalities hit 4-decade high, CA at the top (KTLA)
    • Study: Cities may be dangerous, but they're safer than rural areas (Bloomberg)
    • Oh, for the glorious days when L.A. planned to make the city one big freeway (LA Times)
    • Building an open data standard to improve transit operations: wonky and important (Mass Transit)
    • Bill Fulton updated his book, Planning in California - and some things haven't changed (CP&DR)
    • Diplomacy via bamboo bikes (Cycling Tips)
    • Google gets closer to launching downtown transit village in San Jose (Mercury News)

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