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This heat is not normal; Who gets arrested for climate crimes? Driverless vehicle developers say "humans are terrible drivers" but are AVs so great? More

This image, courtesy Yosemite National Park, was taken in May. Feel any cooler?

  • This heat is not "normal" (LA Times)
  • Who gets arrested for climate crimes? (Hint: Not the perpetrators) (Heated)
  • All this heat, and they are still digging Tioga out of the snow (Mercury News)
  • What happens when cities make car-free streets? They profit$ (World Crunch)
  • AV developers say "humans are terrible drivers." Pshaw (Slate)
  • Santa Monica is testing automatic camera enforcement for bus lanes (KTLA)
  • Sacramento can become more pedestrian and bike-friendly (SacTown Magazine)
  • Can we live close to our friends? (Bloomberg)
  • Hydrogen is too expensive (GovTech)
  • How the drought increased carbon emissions (Grist)

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