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8:59 AM EDT on April 17, 2008

    • Bush Calls for U.S. Carbon Emissions to Plateau by 2025 (Dot Earth)
    • Bay Area Businesses May Soon Pay Fee for Producing Greenhouse Gases (NYT)
    • Bronx Toddler Hit by Car; Cyclist Killed by Delivery Truck in Manhattan (Post)
    • More Delays and Overruns for PA's Lower Manhattan Terminal (News, NY1)
    • Sander Discusses MTA Sustainability Plan (NPR)
    • NYCT Takes Low-Floor Bus Model for a Spin (City Room)
    • Red Hook Bike Commuting Plan Gets Hearing at CB6 Tonight (Post)
    • Gov Island Advocates Try to Improve Access, Build a Constituency (City Room)
    • Silver Won't Release Tax Returns, But His Opponents Have (Daily Politics)
    • Car Talk Bros. to Ponder 'Car of the Future' on TV (Wheels)

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