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Today’s Headlines

8:38 AM PDT on March 24, 2023

    • Dire new IPCC report on climate is a "final warning" to act before it is too late (The Guardian)
    • Could Big Oil be sued for climate deaths, especially since they knowingly lied to the public for years? (E&E News)
    • Instead of climate, CA legislature focuses on quickly passing a bill on gas prices (LA Times)
    • CA bill to make corporations disclose their carbon footprints back for a second try (CalMatters)
    • In Pajaro (LA Times), in Fresno (FresnoLand): the poor are inundated and wealthy neighbors are fine
    • They tried to hide/drown DDT in the ocean but it didn't go away (LA Times)
    • SF's public transit still struggling with fallout from storms (SF Examiner)

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