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    • Oil and gas industries pollute much more than previously reported, measured (NY Times)
    • Climate change is real; responses are partisan (NY Times)
    • Santa Barbara to consider another westside bike path (Edhat)
    • Stanislaus County celebrates Go Green Week in March with free transit (Oakdale Leader)
    • Lyft shocks with e-bike price hike, Uber bikes leave town (Curbed)
    • White male anti-bike journalist seeks and finds another reason to complain about Bay Area bike lanes (SF Chronicle)
    • Coronavirus outbreak has temporarily reduced China's CO2 emissions (Carbon Brief)
    • Feds stop autonomous shuttle pilot after several passenger injuries; "We've learned a lot" says company  (Fox)
    • Safety reports on autonomous vehicle tests are vague, weak, unhelpful (The Verge)
    • NTSB to Tesla owners: You don't own a self-driving car (The Drive)
    • From cow poop to fuel in Visalia (The Sun Gazette)

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