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    • Climate change is heating up the world (IPCC)
    • Europe is burning up, with only a small rise in global temperature so far (Evening Standard)
    • Desperate to escape the heat, people will add to the problem (CNN)
    • Plastic grass is trash (The Guardian)
    • This tech to streamline traffic signals is GONNA SAVE US ALL, by golly! (NBCLA)
    • Another PR campaign will improve traffic safety, for sure this time (Bakersfield)
    • LA's newest bridge is all about cars, with bikes as an afterthought (LAist)
    • What Colorado is learning from its e-bike data (Route Fifty)
    • Crossing the country on the California Zephyr (NY Times)
    • Monterey-Salinas Transit gets grant to help fund a new busway (Mass Transit)
    • We've pushed our unhoused residents out to the desert (The Guardian)
    • This website helps tenants fight evictions (CaMatters)
    • Cryptomining uses a disturbing amount of energy (and for what?) (Grist)

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