Seen on the Web - Food for thought?

July 13, 2016

 

The curse of urban sprawl: how cities grow, and why this has to change

If we continue to design and build as if the planet can provide unlimited resources, then this near-doubling of the urban population will mean a doubling of the natural resources required to build and operate our cities – which is not sustainable. - Read more on The Guardian

 

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