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    • Your actions are changing the climate (IPCC)
    • Texas oil company wants to use CA clean energy credits to extract more oil (KQED)
    • CA moves to ban new gasoline-fueled vehicles by 2035 (CalMatters)
    • Why state law had to change to enable camera enforcement on bus-only lanes (Mass Transit)
    • We need better understanding about how transportation provides access to health care (UC Davis)
    • SF Bay Area transit agencies get millions from federal bill (KRON)
    • Traffic signals can improve streets and emissions - as long as they don't just focus on cars (Popular Science)
    • Turning empty office buildings into housing (Quartz)
    • Bike boom - and supply chain issues - will continue (News5)
    • Searching for water/drought solutions (CNN)
    • SF's downtown park Yerba Buena Gardens receives state grant to beautify it (SF Mayor)

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