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    • Climate change: still a thing. (IPCC)
    • How a "heat officer" can help people (CalMatters)
    • Carbon capture is an "emerging technology" - or a ruse (LA Times)
    • Feds release funding to improve transit accessibility (NY1)
    • New York passes law requiring drivers to know ped, bike safety rules (Times Union)
    • New York also might install cameras to enforce bike lane violations (Bloomberg)
    • Sometimes you need to test out a bike lane to show how they can improve the street (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Why U.S. roads are so dangerous and what to do about it (CNET)
    • Looking for lower prices, Californians bring gentrification across the border (NY Times)
    • LA lets thousands of housing vouchers sit, while homeless people wait (LA Times)
    • Foreclosures rising in Bay Area (Mercury News)

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