Friday’s Headlines: Climate Strike Edition
- Streetsblog Commentary in the Colorado Sun:
To honor the children participating in today’s Global Climate Strike, Gov. Polis and Mayor Hancock must commit to stop building new roads and expanding the ones we have. (Colorado Sun)
- Climate Cubes: Front Range cars release 15 million tons of carbon dioxide per year. Here’s how to visualize all of it — and what comes from your own vehicle. (Streetsblog Denver)
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- Colorado children will stage dozens of rallies across the state as part of the youth-led Global Climate Strike. (Denver Post, CPR)
- Denver is behind on its climate change goals. (Colorado Politics)
- Commentary: Denver should declare a binding climate emergency (Colorado Sun)
- With constant congestion on I-70, why doesn’t CDOT build more freeways from Fort Collins and Colorado Springs? (CPR)
- The bus driver shortage at Cherry Creek Schools leaves a handicapped student waiting on the curb. (Denver7)
- E-bikes are now allowed on BLM and National Park trails, and not everyone is happy about it. (Colorado Sun, CBS4)
- Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 56 Moderate. Yesterday’s max: 77 Moderate.
- National headlines at Streetsblog USA.
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