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    • Climate change still needs attention (IPCC)
    • Oil industry wants to "help" CA meet its climate goals (Capital & Main)
    • The communities most affected by oil drilling have no say in decisions about it - and they should (CalMatters)
    • Available now: $400 million in incentives for clean trucks and buses (CARB)
    • Emeryville Mayor John Bauters leads the Bay Area towards independence from cars (Mass Transit)
    • BART rents out part of an empty parking lot for revenue, display of ADUs (BART)
    • Waymo will operate fully driverless taxis in San Francisco (The Verge)
    • There's city law, and then there's the reality of AirBnB listings (LA Times)
    • On Cesar Chavez Day, farmworkers ask Newsom why he won't meet with them (Fresno Bee)

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