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8:34 AM PDT on October 27, 2022

    • Climate change news is dour (NBC News)
    • CARB says CA carbon emissions fell in first year of pandemic - but that year is an outlier (AP News)
    • Even when it's turned off, your gas stove might be poisoning you (LA Times)
    • Autonomous cars are no panacea, warns Buttigieg (Jalopnik)
    • More electric school buses are coming (AP News)
    • Another $130M is available from VW settlement for zero-emission transit, school, shuttle buses (Green Car Congress)
    • Going electric involves a lot more than just finding funding (GovTech)
    • Bay Area has a shortage of bus drivers (ABC7)
    • Buttigieg visits failing rail tracks in San Diego (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Inside the bike-share lab (Fast Company)
    • LA and Orange counties could get $295 million for active transportation projects (Urbanize)
    • CA Association of Realtors apologizes for past redlining and racist housing policies (KQED)
    • Guerrilla gardening in San Francisco (SF Chronicle)

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