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    • Climate change won't wait (IPCC)
    • Supreme Court risks human survival for shortsighted ideological goals (The Hill)
      • Did the Supreme Court gut federal power? (Planetizen)
      • It could have been worse (Grist)
      • Cities are left holding the bag on the environment (Bloomberg)
      • Environmental groups, Newsom respond to Supreme Court ruling on EPA (Daily Kos)
    • Focus on reducing gas demand instead of prices (Slate)
    • “Ban cars” doesn’t mean wipe them off the face of the earth, but we need to talk about them (Jalopnik)
    • Amazon, UPS, USPS are all testing e-cargo bikes to replace vans (Electrek)
    • Santa Clarita Congressional Rep Garcia tries (and fails) to stop feds from giving money to “failed” CA high-speed rail (Black Chronicle)
    • LA Metro’s ambassador program aims to help riders feel safe (LA Times)

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