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8:28 AM PST on November 26, 2018

    • Federal report: Climate change is real, and it is really bad (Guardian)
    • So far in California: Strong cap-and-trade results, falling emissions (EDF) (My Motherlode)
    • Sky Protectors get CARB to pause forest offsets, which can lead to displacement of indigenous people (
    • The “pink tax” on travel is real (Examiner)
    • CA bicycle license plate design released (Tribune)
    • Downtown Tehachapi getting a Master Plan (Tehachapi News)
    • Santa Barbara commits to 100% electric buses (NextGenTransportation News)
    • In a stretch, road diet blamed for evacuation catastrophe in Paradise (LA Times)
    • Central Valley Amtrak route not meeting ridership expectations (Fresno Bee)
    • Churches can be evangelists for bicycling (Forbes)
    • “...And the driver just didn't see him”: Media let cops rush to defend driver who hit bicyclist (ABC)
    • Drunk driver charged with manslaughter in death of (properly lit-up, helmeted) cyclist (Patch)

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