The U.S.’s First-Ever Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Ban Is Even More Important Than It Seems (Gizmodo)

“We hope this win inspires other counties and cities,” said Whatcom County resident Matt Krogh, a campaigner at the environmental advocacy nonprofit “All across the U.S. and beyond, so many of us are struggling to see what we can do about climate and fossil fuels at home. Local action to stop fossil fuel expansion — whether land use, buildings or transportation — is an important tool we can all sink our teeth into.”

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