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    • Trump fired a panel of air pollution researchers a year ago. Now they are meeting on their own (The Guardian)
    • San Diego's shift to transit is long overdue (Voice of San Diego)
    • BART chooses new fare gates (SF Chronicle)
    • Northern reaches of Santa Monica beach bike paths to see improvements (Santa Monica Lookout)
    • Quick build initiative is transforming the streets of San Francisco (Planetizen)
    • Zero emission vehicles will save money, but need supportive policies (UC Davis)
    • The myth of "green cars" (New Statesman)
    • More about California Tropical Forest Standard (Earth.com)
    • California readies plans to launch "its own damn satellite" to measure climate change (LA Times)
    • Honolulu's bad tactic for unsafe pedestrian crossings: remove crosswalks (Honolulu Civil Beat)
    • No thank you: Uber wants its app to be indispensable to city residents (The Verge)

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