Some more clean transport news and views for your enjoyment:
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- Georgia Bill Would Cut $5,000 EV Incentive + Add $200/Year Fee
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- Why Smart Growth Cities are Safer, Healthier, and Wealthier
- EPA Annual Report Finds Automakers Outperforming GHG Emissions Standards
- Jon Stewart on Florida’s “Climate Change” Ban
- Pope Puts Climate Heat on GOP
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- A New Framework For Climate Policy: Why Carbon Pricing Is Not Enough
- Sustainable Stocks Outperform The Norm, Says Morgan Stanley
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