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“It’s a long history of disinvestment in communities of color.”
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Nearly 17 percent of Irvine area water users are considered “inefficient” or “wasteful.”
Science communicators have been using their platform for decades to combat misinformation and denialism. But to some, it’s no longer worth the fight.
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