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8:49 AM PDT on August 9, 2022

    • Replacing fossil fuels with "green energy" is just another way to wreck the environment (AP News)
    • California's plan to rely on ethanol and carbon capture would also wreck the environment  (LA Times)
    • The climate bill abandoned the EV that can make the biggest difference - e-bikes, of course (Electrek)
    • Why it took Congress so long to pass a climate bill (NY Times)
    • "Investment community" weighs financial risks of climate change (Nature)
    • Californians will vote whether to tax millionaires to support EVs (MA will, too, for roads and transit) (Land Line)
    • Architect reveals new details for pedestrian improvements in Hollywood (Archinect)
    • AB 922, to streamline sustainable transportation projects, passes Assembly (Senator Scott Wiener)
    • Video: Could e-bikes transform cities? (FT Tech)
    • Six benefits of biking to work (Bike Radar)
    • CA to allow "submetering" to simplify tracking of EV charging (Utility Dive)
    • AVs are just the end of parking (Planetizen)
    • San Jose weighs building housing at train stations (Patch)
    • Truck companies hoped court would overturn A.B.5, now have to figure out how to comply (Logistics)

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