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Today’s Headlines

8:37 AM PDT on July 18, 2022

    • Climate change is heating up everywhere (IPCC)
    • Especially, at the moment, in Europe (AP News)
    • Democrat Adam Gray benefits from oil industry money (Sludge)
    • In Congress, "the economy" trumps climate agenda (CNN)
    • Capitalism turns air into a commodity (Socialist Worker)
    • Money vs. the environment: there's still gold in CA hills (Washington Post)
    • Did nature catch a break during the pandemic? (NY Times)
    • Bakersfield ranked 7th most dangerous U.S. city for walking (
    • L.A.'s Crosswalk Collective takes action where the city can't or won't (CityWatchLA)
    • "Walking billboards" for safety? (YouTube)
    • Prioritize housing for people, not cars (LA Times)
    • Urbanism for teens on TikTok (Bloomberg)
    • Building better bike count models (EurekAlert!)
    • A deadly collision again raises questions about police chases (Oaklandside)
    • Should cities tax empty homes? (SF Chronicle)
    • Details of voter-approved car-data privacy law being drafted - weigh in (CalMatters)

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