bird habitat Archive

  • Jack Eidt writes on the dangers of proposing mixed use development far from urban amenities and alternative transportation. The real estate industry in Orange County, California and beyond, has consistently violated engineering and planning wisdom by building in floodplains, paving over precious open space land and losing opportunities to preserve wildlife habitat and recreation opportunities amid the suburban sprawl at the edge of the wilderness.

    Sprawl vs. Open Space: “Rio Santiago” Again Threatens Orange

    Jack Eidt writes on the dangers of proposing mixed use development far from urban amenities and alternative transportation. The real estate industry in Orange County, California and beyond, has consistently violated engineering and planning wisdom by building in floodplains, paving over precious open space land and losing opportunities to preserve wildlife habitat and recreation opportunities amid the suburban sprawl at the edge of the wilderness.

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  • The human commodification of nature often overlooks small, seeming inconsequential values, someday leading to the earth's foreclosure and unavoidable eviction.

    Collamer: Foreclosing on Nature

    The human commodification of nature often overlooks small, seeming inconsequential values, someday leading to the earth's foreclosure and unavoidable eviction.

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