You should get Narcan trained! Keep your friends safe! Pretty please! Editor’s note: mentions of death.

Happening in the World: Greta Thunberg was physically removed from the entrance to Oslo’s finance ministry by Norwegian police on Wednesday while protesting the construction of Europe’s largest wind farm. The wind farm is partially located on Indigenous Sami land and in 2021 the Norwegian supreme court ruled in favor of the Sami, citing it as an infringement of their rights; however, the wind farm continues to operate. Thunberg and other activists formed a human chain in front of the door before she was carried off by two police officers to a nearby bench without resisting. (Politico)

Happening in the US: The 1894 wreck of the Ironton was discovered in the treacherous waters of Lake Huron. The boat sunk more than 120 years ago after colliding with a wooden freighter. The seven-man crew tried to escape on the lifeboat, but it was never deployed and five crew members died. The discovery of the almost perfectly preserved wreck was made in 2019, but only released to the public on Wednesday after much research. (NYT)

Happening in NYC: The Astoria pool, in Queens, will be closed this summer for renovations. The $19 million renovations will include a new liner, gutter, deck, and filtration system. The Olympic-sized pool will be missed during a summer that is predicted to be unusually warm. (Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: Columbia Health, a Registered Opioid Overdose Prevention Program, will be hosting a Naloxone training open to all Columbia affiliates this afternoon. The free training will include a Naloxone kit which can be picked up from Columbia health or mailed to participants after completion of the course. The training will occur over Zoom from 2 to 3pm Thursday afternoon.

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