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    • Weather reports can name the role of climate change with growing certainty (NPR)
    • Don't put all the blame  for blocked climate policy on Manchin (The Nation)
    • Surprise! U.S. power companies spend a lot of money fighting clean energy (The Guardian)
    • Never mind its climate pledge: Amazon's GHG emission are rising fast (The Verge)
    • LA, SF join coalition of states, cities to defend California fuel economy standards (Spectrum)
    • Companies tell EPA to let California set clean truck rules (Ceres)
    • Federal bill to give $630 million for climate resilient transportation infrastructure in CA (Senator Padilla)
    • Santa Cruz considers studying possibilities for electric rail (Good Times)
    • This story about an underhanded way gentrifiers harass long-time residents out of their homes will make you mad (Nashville Scene)

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