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Ten Planning Lessons from Ancient Pueblos & Cliff Dwellings

After visiting numerous pueblos, cliff dwellings, and ancient ruins in the Southwestern United States, it is clear to this retired urban planner that the Native Americans were the first great community planners in North America. The sites visited thus far … Continue reading

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The top ten CO2 spewing states

The following states led the nation in carbon dioxide emissions from power plants in 2010. With half of the states located south of the Mason-Dixon Line, it appears the South would like to become the nation’s new center of greenhouse … Continue reading

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