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8:37 AM PDT on October 22, 2021

    • Governor Newsom announces rules to keep oil wells away from houses, schools (CalMatters)
    • FlixBus buys Greyhound, at a big discount (Reuters)
    • 'Compromising' on climate is horrible politics, deadly policy, and stupid economics (Common Dreams)
    • Looks like US carbon markets are going to have a record year, and everybody wants in (Argus Media)
    • Community air monitoring law has so far created a lot of hot air and not much else (Grist)
    • SF completes first phase of Geary Blvd Rapid Bus: A blueprint for future transit projects? (Mass Transit)
    • Anchor Brewing plans to recycle all the water it uses (SF Chronicle)

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