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    • Fatigue, burnout, exhaustion: we ask a lot of hospital staffs (LA Daily News)
    • Emissions went down during pandemic--except for SUVs. Emissions from SUVs have gone up (NPR)
    • Electric bikes may soon outsell cars in Europe (Electrek)
    • CA Rep McCarthy, after thinking on it, now says Trump did not incite the mob at the Capitol (LA Times)
    • No, 10,000 jobs did not evaporate with the end of the Keystone Pipeline. The fight against climate disinformation will be exhausting (Heated)
    • Pete Buttigieg shines in confirmation hearing for Secretary of Transportation (clip: C-Span)
    • But raise the damn gas tax already (Jalopnik)
    • A carbon tax is not impossible, either (CNBC)
    • Net zero buildings can save money, but developers may not be on board (Planetizen)
    • What Biden can do to bridge urban-rural divide (The Conversation)

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