Blog of Jonathan A. Eisen, Professor at U.C. Davis.
But isn't this a 'boil the ocean' sized problem? It strikes me that the cost to make even a modest impact - to redistribute the way people and places are arranged across the entire planet - is so insurmountably huge as to prevent any actual action. To that, the long-term nature of the threat makes it almost impossible to get anyone excited about it. What to do? what to do?
not that hard to make an impact - sure sprawl is everywhere - but it was really nice living in one of these types of communities as I did in MD - build a few more here and there and i am pretty sure others will like them too this does not get rid of sprawl but could slow it down
wonderful blog..You should consider networking with the moms in the bizymoms Davis community.