Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Re-designing cities.

Yesterday, I posted a rather rambling entry about what might happen to this country after the forecasted end-of-oil. One thing I mentioned was how American cities are tacitly assume that residents have and extensively use motor vehicles. How nice to see in Treehugger.com an article summarizing (mostly direct-quoting) an essay by Alex Steffin about how sensible urban planning can be greener than changing the types of cars we drive. Check it out.

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