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How states can lead the way on climate-smart transportation; More on shrinking climate funds in Newsom's proposed budget; The only bus service to Yosemite is on the verge of disappearing; More

  • How states could lead the way on climate-smart transportation (RMI)
  • More on climate funds shrinking in Governor's budget proposal (Smart Cities Dive)
  • California Bicycle Coalition's response to Governor's proposed budget
  • The corporations weaponizing trust to obstruct climate action (The Lever)
  • The climate costs of war (The Guardian)
  • USEPA should grant waiver on California's clean cars rule for health and climate reasons (Environmental Defense Fund)
  • The only bus service to Yosemite Park is on the verge of disappearing (Fresno Bee)
  • Transit agencies are adopting real-time tech to improve connections, reliability (Gov Tech)
  • Listen: What's the current status of California's high-speed rail program? (KQED)
  • Flood farmland, save the water system - for everyone (Fresnoland)

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