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8:42 AM PDT on June 9, 2022

    • Have you read the IPCC report on climate change yet?
    • CARB to hold hearing on standards for zero-emission vehicles (Union of Concerned Scientists)
    • Build a seawall? Reinforce the cliffs? Relocate the tracks? Officials struggle to find solution for trainline threatened by crumbling cliffs at Del Mar (E&E)
    • PG&E pledges to produce zero carbon, and will keep using gas (AP)
    • Europe to ban fossil-fueled cars (Reuters)
    • San Francisco is giving out e-bikes to be used for deliveries (Electrek)
    • The quietly transformative Omnibike bill (CalBike)
    • The revolt of the pedestrians (Slate)
    • In Stanislaus this July, transit will be free (Riverbank News)
    • BART will cut fares 50 percent in September to celebrate its 50th anniversary (SF Chronicle)
    • Less parking could mean more housing (PEW)
    • Cops protected executive who killed teen with his car (LA Times)

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