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8:20 AM PDT on July 15, 2022

    • Climate change is raising temperatures (IPCC)
    • Heat is deadlier than people realize (Outside)
    • UCLA is tracking heat waves
    • U.N.: Governments are choosing economics over everything else, with dread consequences for humans (Grist)
    • Meanwhile emissions are very costly to the global economy (Washington Post)
    • Air regulators created a system to let industry pollute more (Capital & Main)
    • Three public representatives on Central Valley air district advisory committee resign in protest over inaction (Fresno Bee)
    • Racial justice, pedestrian safety concerns fuel jaywalking debates (Pew)
    • E-bikes are changing the way people ride - and planning should keep up (BikePortland)
    • Appeals court could revive Uber suit against CA employment law (Reuters)
    • CA should stop expanding freeways, here's why (California Bicycle Coalition)

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