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    • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tallies the steep health costs of climate change (NRDC)
    • Sea level rise is messing with ancient doctrine of public coastal access (LA Times)
    • For the first time, US EPA proposes greenhouse gas emissions limits (Lexology)
    • New research defends recycling as an effective climate tool (Grist)
    • CA's organics recycling goals are not being met, so commission suggests.... pausing them? (CalMatters)
    • Bill to create a Chief Advisor on Bicycling and Active Transportation at Caltrans passes Senate floor (Pasadena Now)
    • SF Mayor Breed joins call for state funding to support BART and Muni (SF Chronicle)
    • Muni to expand service on some crowded lines for summer (SF Examiner)
    • The world is running out of sand to build things (The Week)
    • Newsom's plan to speed up infrastructure (Planetizen)
    • Cities are encouraged to apply for technical assistance workshops to help get federal infrastructure grants (League of California Cities)
    • A tale of two cities: Oakland's recovery versus San Francisco's struggle (SF Chronicle)
    • Steal this idea: Bicyclists in Seattle haul food and supplies for food banks (Cascade)

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