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    • It's climate change.  (The Atlantic)
      • And it's coming for the economy (Time)
    • Companies cry "COVID!" and get a pass on emissions (AP)
    • Pedestrian fatalities have people rattled in San Francisco (SF Bay)
    • The traffic model that brings us ever-expanding highways is just wrong (Vice)
    • Bike to Work Day will be Bike to Wherever Day on September 24 this year (PR Newswire)
    • Bay Area's single-family zones are the main driver of segregation (Mercury News)
    • Palo Alto utility payments paid for a lobbyist to fight clean energy, clean air rules, etc. (Palo Alto Online)
    • Divest from coal and oil (Bloomberg)

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