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    • Climate change is still urgent (IPCC)
    • We can’t wait any longer to deal with heat waves (Treehugger)
    • High-speed rail opponents hope an inspector general will hamstring the program (CalMatters)
    • HSR in Central Valley guaranteed with bond funds (Construction Dive)
    • $300 million to plan for moving train tracks off Del Mar bluffs (Del Mar Times)
    • Bay Area transit should benefit from state budget (Railway Age)
    • What is the carbon footprint of the 4th of July? Bad air lingers (LA Times)
    • Why CA’s fossil fuel divestment bill failed (Capital & Main)

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