Density doesn’t have to be a bad word. Allowing more people to live in strategic and desirable areas in closer proximity to one another doesn’t necessarily mean turning all parts of the region into Manhattan. While we aren’t talking about San Francisco or New York levels of density, we are talking about raising the density levels in certain parts of the region to something a little less Mayberry and a little more DC or Seattle.
Weekly Links: Post-Apocalyptic Mad Max Towns in California, Vertical Farms, and, Oh Yeah, that Tsunami That's Supposed to Devastate Seattle At Anytime
A weekly gathering of interesting articles and media from across the globe. How do you plan for an almost-certain mega-tsunami in the near future? The Pacific Northwest is long overdue for an […]