California is Falling Behind Its Climate Goals. Big Oil Wants to Help. March 25, 2022

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Many of the state’s poorest residents already endure extreme heat, drought and industrial pollution, and for them, dangerous thresholds “have already been crossed,” said Martha Argüello, executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles.

“Our solution has to be rooted in regeneration and restoration,” Argüello said during a webinar about engineered carbon capture.

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