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    • Climate change is no joke (IPCC)
    • For St Louis right now, that means record rainfall (Yale Climate Connections)
    • Invisible methane leaks are speeding up climate change (AP)
    • Why the Kylie Jenner private jet controversy matters (Heated)
    • Pacoima tries out cool pavements (Mercury News)
    • The one man holding up even minimal progress on climate policy seems to change his mind (NY Times)
    • The fight over sustainable transportation in Santa Cruz (Bay Nature)
    • El Cajon school buses are first to power the grid (LA Times)
    • SMART reports rising ridership in 2022 (Mass Transit)
    • Elon Musk abandons plan to build a tunnel at Ontario airport, and some want to pick up the slack with public funding (LA Times)
    • Draft EIR on rejiggered Delta water tunnel project released; Comment deadline Oct 27 (CalMatters)
    • Blame bicycles for the highway system - a history (Governing)

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