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8:23 AM PST on December 3, 2020

    • Humboldt still wants to widen Hwy 101 despite threat to old growth redwoods (SF Chronicle)
    • LA approves plans for a so-called "green city" at Warner Center in SFV (LA Times)
    • Parking lot in San Diego turned into a pedestrian plaza (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Marin County affordable housing project approved under SB 35 rules (Bay Area Metro)
    • Natural gas bans: Oakland approves for all new buildings (East Bay Times, SF Chronicle)
    • You can't be a climate mayor if you keep widening freeways (City Observatory)
    • Cities are not bad for your health (BBC)
    • Bicycle industry booming (Mother Earth News)
    • What it can take to be a professional bike racer when you're Black (NY Times)
    • Companies with some of the largest carbon footprints - Amazon, Uber, Jet Blue - make a climate pledge (KFGO)
    • Home shopping's carbon footprint: Amazon emits more CO2 than 9 European Union countries (in Spanish) (El Pais)
    • Who got PPP loans, and for how much? It's all available (Business Journals)
    • A dry December means continued fire risk (SF Chronicle)
    • The harms from Trump's attempts to meddle with the census (Washington Post)

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