Monday, February 08, 2021
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Monday, February 08, 2021

It's 36 degrees in Mulberry today. Here's the news—

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One Thing Millennials Aren't Killing? Public Transportation

NPR (Tweet)

Advocates for public transportation often promote practical advantages: affordability, accessibility, environmental friendliness, reduced traffic jams.

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Auto industry peers into an electric future and sees bumps ahead

Steven Mufson, The Washington Post (Tweet)

The global automobile industry is peering into an electric future, possibly the most profound turning point in a century, certainly since the 2009 financial crisis. But there are many bumps in the road ahead.

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7 Ways of Looking at GM’s New Super Bowl Ad

Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic (Tweet)

Climate advocates have fought for 33 years to make electric vehicles this normal.

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Glacier fractures in the Himalayas, causing terrifying flood with over 150 feared missing

Niha Masih, The Washington Post (Tweet)

Experts point to the effects of climate change and unchecked construction in the region as reasons for such disasters.

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New Report Maps Out the U.S. Road to Net-Zero Emissions

John Fialka, E&E News, Scientific American (Tweet)

The National Academies study calls for a carbon tax and more government investment in clean energy technology.

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Recent blockbuster snow totals along East Coast may be tied to climate change

Andrew Freedman, Jason Samenow, The Washington Post (Tweet)

The Northeast has seen two huge snowstorms this winter so far, and both may have set all-time state records.

Newsletter by Eric McDaniel.