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8:17 AM PDT on September 14, 2018

    • Governor Brown signs 16 bills on clean energy, clean transportation (News Observer)
    • Global Climate Action Summit: Commitments, pledges, protestors (LA Times)
    • Brown meets with international leaders on climate change (Lake County News)
    • BART board greenlights Lake Merritt TOD (BART)
    • Bus Rapid Transit coming to the San Fernando Valley (Curbed)
    • Bird creates e-scooter “no go” zones (LA Times)
    • Businesses find new role as feds decline to fight climate change (LA Times)
    • California's most epic bike route.... is in the future (SF Chronicle)
    • Lawsuit charges California environmental policies are racist (Forbes)
    • Greenpeace sues Ontario for cancelling its cap-and-trade program (Greenpeace)
      • So Ontario will “consult with public” before scrapping program (iPolitics)
    • How Janette Sadik-Khan built New York City's bicycle renaissance (Vox)

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