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8:28 AM PDT on April 15, 2021

    • Older adults are bicycling and walking more, but data on this needs improving (AARP)
    • Biking with the butterflies (Smithsonian)
    • For Earth Day, Panera is giving away bikes with bread bowl baskets (Food and Wine)
    • New speed limit setting rules need to be standardized (SSTI)
    • How design, decriminalization, and disarming police could lead to safer streets for all (CityLab)
    • Capitol Weekly Podcast: LA County Supe Holly Mitchell
    • Porterville joins list of cities using Uber's software to manage transit (Reuters)
    • New CA incentives for zero-emission truck and bus infrastructure (Green Car Congress)
    • Surveillance satellites help find greenhouse gas "super-emitters" (LA Times)
    • France decides that reducing the number of cars is key, not just making them electric (Forbes)
    • Spain experiments with using bison to manage and clear forest undergrowth (The Guardian)
    • Big Meat spends a lot of money to crush good climate policy (Vox)

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