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    • The slow retreat of pandemic-era outdoor dining continues (Planetizen)
    • Bill would help convert offices to housing (Mercury News)
      • Same thing might happen to malls in the OC (LA Times)
    • CA lawmakers grill Air Resources Board on scoping plan (Sacramento Bee)
    • Climate Action Corp expands, paying people to fight climate change (OC Register)
    • Cracking down on "greenwashing" (The Atlantic)
    • The world promised to phase out subsidies to fossil fuels. Instead, it doubled them (Heated)
    • Could CA sue oil companies over prices? (Sacramento Bee)
    • Here's something for those offended at the notion of a 15-minute city: the 15-hour city! (McSweeney's)

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