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    • Climate crisis still urgent, still not a priority (IPCC)
      • It would cost too much [sic] to limit offshore drilling (LA Times)
      • CARB opts for less expensive over fastest "roadmap to clean energy" (CalMatters)
    • Bill would shut down Aliso Canyon gas storage facility (Daily News)
    • Newsom proposes funding to cap abandoned oil wells statewide (Daily News)
    • SF Supes make car-free road through Golden Gate Park permanent (SF Examiner)
    • City of San Diego apologizes for bike lanes (CBS)
    • Bay Area Bike Champions of the Year announced (Bay Area Metro)
    • Antioch to build a "bicycle garden" for learning to ride (Mercury News)
    • Scooters in London: What they're like, what they're not (The Guardian)
    • Sales of e-bikes outpacing electric car sales in U.S. (Bicycling)

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