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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM PDT on September 15, 2017

    • Report: In U.S., people of color are more likely to be exposed to pollution (The Guardian)
    • Climate change hurts low-income communities (SF Examiner)
    • Bay Area's bike-share program is reaching low-income users (SF Weekly)
    • San Diego is among cities conducting “pedestrian safety enforcement and education” stings (ABC7)
    • Climate change's legacy will last a very long time (Yale Environment 360)
    • Attempt to repeal gas tax would also make it impossible to ever raise them (Sacramento Bee)
    • Housing bills pass major hurdle (LA Times, Sacramento Bee)
    • How cycling is keeping the fight for women's rights in Saudi Arabia moving (The Guardian)
    • When public transit strikes happen in Barcelona, air pollution levels spike (Barcelona Institute for Global Health)

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