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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM PDT on August 23, 2022

    • Political and economic systems change are the only way out of this climate crisis (IPCC)
    • The heatwave in China is relentless, shocking (Guardian)
    • Flash floods are no salve for drought (Guardian)
    • CA Democrats offer alternatives to keeping Diablo Canyon open (AP)
    • What if all short trips were by e-bike? Huge potential environmental benefits (Brussels Times)
    • Key to transit ridership: dedicated lanes, frequent service (Smart Cities Dive)
    • CAHSRA certifies EIR for northern section (San Jose Spotlight, LA Times)
    • CA allocates money for transportation infrastructure (Gold Rush Cam)
    • Analysis of Oakland's Slow Streets program (Metro)
    • Should it be easier to take away a driver's license? (Curbed)
    • France pays drivers to switch to e-bikes (The Verge, Electrek)

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