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8:32 AM PDT on March 16, 2022

    • Sorry - climate change has not been solved yet (IPCC)
    • Why won't officials promote ebikes? (Bloomberg)
    • Let's vote for clean air! A ballot initiative to reduce emissions (CalMatters)
    • Bill to suspend gas tax is blocked (and a "fix" for UC Berkeley enrollment passes) (CalMatters)
    • How are bicycles made? (Cycling News)
    • Electricity demand under California's climate policies will surely increase (Bloomberg)
    • Berkeley's black congregations are converting church property to affordable housing (Berkeleyside)
    • Amazon gets into affordable housing near transit (ABC News)
    • Why one of BART's lines is out of service (Mass Transit)
    • Water use up, despite drought (Cal Matters)

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