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How Exxon twisted climate science for profit; How industrial polluters are avoiding consequences; Affordable housing is easier to build in CA; More

Chevron El Segundo Refinery. Image by Pedro Szekely

  • How Exxon tried to twist climate science for profit (Heated)
  • Southern California has terrible air quality, but polluters are able to avoid consequences (LA Times)
  • How California is testing truck emissions (Spectrum)
  • State celebrates 10K EV chargers installed (California Energy Commission)
  • Why you should support e-bikes even if you don't ride one (CalBike)
  • Affordable housing should be easier than ever to build in California (CalMatters)
  • But there's still an acute housing shortage (LA Times)
  • Sacramento has been a sea of parking for years; that's beginning to change (Comstock Magazine)

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