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8:34 AM PDT on July 29, 2019

    • The climate has changed before, but never like this (Atlantic)
    • California's deal with automakers is a "pragmatic compromise" (CALmatters)
    • Head of CARB, Mary Nichols, is a clean-air hero (LA Times)
    • It's hard to measure emissions (Reuters)
    • San Diego experiments with Community Planning groups focused on sustainable growth (Times of San Diego)
    • Planning equitable development along the L.A. River (NRDC)
      • And finishing that 8-mile gap in the bike path there (Route Fifty)
    • Reinventing the highways cutting through the East Bay (SF Chronicle)
    • Caltrans awards Low Carbon Transportation funds to 180 local mass transit projects (RT&S)
    • Brutalist Glen Park BART station could become a National Historic Place (SF Chronicle)

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