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Thursday’s Headlines

COP28: Biden administration pledges to phase out coal plants, Exxon making its presence felt; Akchuly, renewables are a lot cheaper to build and maintain and forever; Decode oil industry greenwashing; More

  • Tripling global renewables is hard, achievable, and necessary (and a lot less expensive than oil and gas) (Bloomberg)
  • Biden administration pledges to phase out coal power plants (Mother Jones)
  • Let's decode oil company greenwashing language (NPR)
  • Major media taking money from oil industry to amplify that greenwashing (DeSmog)
  • Exxon crashes COP28 to "fight for its life" (Exxon Knews)
  • A leaked Amazon memo shows how it is working to shape public opinion on warehouses (Mercury News)
  • Oakland to pay huge settlement for bad pavement that caused a bike rider to crash (Oaklandside)
  • Planners of new city in Solano County meet skepticism from current residents (SF Chronicle)
  • Nah. We're very much still building freeways (OC Register)
  • More on federal grants for high-speed rail (Route Fifty)
  • How the pandemic changed bicycling behavior (Bicycling)

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