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ONE MORE THING

(Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

California Cities Are Now Banning Gas Stations to Combat Climate Crisis

Last year, Petaluma councilwoman D’Lynda Fischer led an effort to prohibit new gas stations in her small city of 60,000.

“We didn’t know what we were doing, actually,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “We didn’t know we were the first in the world when we banned gas stations.”

At the time, Petaluma officials called the ban “completely uncontroversial.”

It’s hard to say if that’s true, given the national implications. Now, the gas station ban is a new weapon in California’s fight to decrease carbon emissions. And it’s already drawing ire from the fuel industry.

[FULL STORY]


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