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Today’s Headlines

8:19 AM PDT on August 5, 2022

    • It's time for each one of us to declare a climate emergency and take action (The Guardian)
    • TV weather forecasters have been targeted for telling the truth (The Guardian)
    • Republican districts are getting the most in clean energy investments - especially CA Congressman Kevin McCarthy (Bloomberg)
    • The real roadblock to climate action is red tape (NY Sun)
    • Fake pro-climate group works to kill the federal climate bill (Heated)
    • Embracing "trauma-informed placemaking" (Bloomberg)
    • Palo Alto wants high-speed rail to be on elevated tracks through its city (TR&S)
    • Humboldt Transit Authority touts its coming hydrogen-powered buses (Mass Transit)
    • How to prepare children to ride transit alone (Driving)
    • BART's onboard ambassadors seem to be increasing onboard safety (The Crime Report)
    • But somebody got stabbed anyway (Mercury News)
    • Greyhound bus crashes on Highway 99 (Spectrum)
    • Jerry Brown's thoughts on the Inflation Reduction Act, climate, and a lot of other stuff (LA Times)

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