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3 responses to “The Coming Green Sprawl”

  1. re:place Magazine

    […] Builders face higher charges [Calgary Herald] INTERNATIONAL Copenhagen [Stephen Rees's blog] The Coming Green Sprawl [Enterprise Irregulars] Hanoi’s ‘tube’ dwellers vow to stay in ancient quarter […]

  2. Casey Verdant

    Sen. Feinstein’s bill to create Mojave Desert monuments ruins the prospect of subtle, non-invasive solar projects on federal lands. Solar farms could easily and inoffensively be placed on these lands without affecting native species.

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  3. a robot, i am not | Renewable Energy Won’t Save Us

    […] are also highly land intensive. A recent article on The Enterprise Irregulars covers the issue of the coming Green Sprawl which will devastate the carrying capacity of our ecosystem to support humans. CO2 emission […]