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Tuesday’s Headlines

Fifth climate assessment released; Scientists are working for us for free; Eliminating dangerous e-bike batteries; Lots about 10 Fwy closure and transit alternatives; More

  • Climate assessment report: "Every bit matters" (LA Times)
  • Pay science communicators (LA Times)
  • Call for CALPERS to divest from fossil fuel, anti-union companies (Sacramento Bee)
  • Hold big corporations accountable for climate change (Northern Star)
  • SUVs and pickups are deadly in pedestrian crashes (Mercury News)
  • Eliminating the sale of dangerous e-bike batteries (Clean Technica)
  • 10 Freeway closed due to fire:
    • "Long traffic nightmare" ahead? (Bloomberg)
    • Make transit options excellent now, while freeway is under repair (LA Times)
    • Transit service expands (KTLA)
    • We can't keep treating car travel as sacrosanct, neglecting all other modes (Medium)
  • How the American commute is changing (NY Times)
  • Wasteful highway boondoggles, part 7 (USPIRG)
  • San Diego city council rejects package of housing incentives (San Diego Union Tribune)

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