California’s capital, just west of the Sierra Nevada, is on a mission to have the greenest streets in America. Some 1,700 miles of bike lanes bask in the shade of 7 million trees — a canopy that covers a quarter of the city. Curbside trash is carted away by trucks that are powered by liquefied natural gas. Even the street sweepers are fueled by restaurant waste.
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