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3:59 PM PST on December 7, 2016

    • CA lawmakers introduce bills on transportation, housing, water (KCRA)
    • More coverage of ARB plan to extend emission reductions beyond 2020 (See Streetsblog coverage here) (Utility Dive)
    • Climate action may be boosted by CA Democratic supermajority (Scientific American)
    • The next big step for climate change policy: Methane (Sacramento Bee)
    • How 11 cities are leading the fight on climate change (Curbed)
    • Cities are central to climate change efforts (Vox)
    • Three ways college students are revolutionizing sustainability (Green Biz)
    • Advocacy lessons from Denmark (Bicycle Times)
    • Having a steady full-time job doesn't mean you can afford a place to live (Next City)
    • Poverty statistics don't show the true extent of economic difficulties in Bay Area (Mercury News)

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