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8:40 AM PDT on September 15, 2022

    • Devastating coastal algae bloom is "like a wildfire in the water" (High Country News)
    • Particulate matter is a killer, and almost half of it comes from transportation (Treehugger)
    • Railroad strike averted (AP)
    • Switching to electric cars is nowhere near enough (LA Times)
    • It took a long time, and commitment, to get the federal climate bill (EDF)
    • Driver mows down riders at Bike Party; police blame bike riders (Berkeleyside)
    • What should happen to drivers who kill bike riders? (Outside)
    • Google maps could do a much better job on biking (Protocol)
    • Newsom signs bill stemming from shooting at San Jose transit facility (Spotlight)
    • San Diego reforms its neighborhood planning groups to make them more diverse (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Ontario is overrun with giant warehouses (The Guardian)
    • Stop calling Charles "the Climate King" (Heated)

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