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    • CA legislature passes bills allowing some denser development in single family zones (NY Times)
    • Maps visualize what has been lost by cramming highways through cities (Bloomberg)
    • Cities are allowing cars to reclaim streets from pedestrians (QZ)
    • Carbon pricing alone won't solve the climate crisis (BylineTimes)
    • Bakersfield wants a Transformative Climate Communities grant, but needs public input. By Friday (KGET)
    • A shortage of school bus drivers is another thing hampering the return to school (CBS8)
    • San Francisco about to roll out the nation's first hydrogen powered ferry (SF Examiner)
    • CHP to run an enforcement campaign in Mendocino, Humboldt areas (Lake County News)
    • Denmark, Costa Rica seek agreement on ending reliance on fossil fuels (Reuters)
    • Climate refugees are being forgotten - it could be any of us (Guardian)

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