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    • Bicycles are the future of urban transportation (Bicycling)
    • Plumas County releases its final draft Regional Transportation Plan (Plumas News)
    • Richmond City Council bans coal shipments from port despite threat of lawsuits (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
    • State fights plan to move liquified natural gas by train (Patch)
    • Hmmm, maybe "traditional" indigenous practices can actually help prevent fires and reduce emissions (NY Times)
    • The case for "dumb" cities (The Guardian)
    • Report focuses on clean energy--cars and cement factories--for emissions reductions (CalMatters)
    • Uber's attempt to skirt A.B. 5 could allow drivers to discriminate (SF Chronicle)
    • A.B. 5 faces a boatload of lawsuits (Transport Topics, Route Fifty)
    • NASA, NOAA: 2019 was second warmest year on record (LA Times)
    • Heat is decimating populations of ocean birds and fish (LA Times)

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