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    • The most effective way to address the climate crisis is by minimizing fossil fuel usage (IPCC)
    • “In waiting so long to take action, humanity has denied itself any chance of making the energy transition gradual or smooth” (Washington Post)
    • Speed and safety cannot be simultaneous goals (Transportation for America)
    • Riding a bike in America should not be this dangerous (NY Times)
    • California health department, transit agencies drop mask mandate after federal ruling (KRON4, SF Chronicle)
    • All the different ways planning tries, and fails, to solve congestion (Planetizen)
    • Driving is going up in San Francisco (SF Examiner)
    • What CEQA reform could look like (Bloomberg)
    • Nine cities that with good climate ideas (Bloomberg)
    • There aren't enough batteries in the world to power huge cars (Vice)
    • How livable is your city? (AARP)

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