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8:32 AM PDT on March 18, 2022

    • Climate change action was needed ten years ago (IPCC)
    • Do you think we can do without the Great Barrier Reef? (AP)
    • Oil and gas industry heavily outspends clean energy and environmental groups on lobbying in California (Capital & Main)
    • How not to build a pedestrian bridge (Curbed)
    • CTC approves funding to widen Highway 41 in Central Valley (KMPH)
    • SMART to keep lower fares, eliminate parking fees (SF Gate)
    • Cities ponder free public transportation post-pandemic (Reuters)
    • Interview with Buttigieg (Texas Tribune)
    • Regional Housing Needs Assessments are underestimating housing needs (CA State Auditor)
    • It's hard out here for a food delivery robot (LA Times)

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