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What we’re reading – Zoning in Wyoming & Subsidies for Sprawl

A few things caught our attention on in the world wide web this week:

From Wyoming: an example of how valuable zoning rules can be.

We’ve been seeing a lot about subsidies for sprawl lately. (Here’s our take on it). Here’s another perspective.

New home prices are not rising as much as it seems – increases in size and quality skew trendlines.

Floater 2 on the Animas River

The Animas River in Durango, a victim of its own success?

An unlikely market for high-tech ridesharing mobile apps: rural seniors.

Globally, the most resilient cities in the face of globalization, climate change and an aging population.

Have a great weekend!

Alison Berry is a research analyst at the Sonoran Institute focusing on economics and renewable energy.

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