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Vertical Sprawl ?

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What Matters ?’ discusses the impact of the recent US Supreme Court ruling on wetlands and asks if they can be saved by building vertically.

But why are we in this situation? Have we run out of land to build now? Is the population pressure in the US too great that we have to start filling up the wetlands? I think we can try to limit our sprawl into environmental areas in the US quite easily – all we have to do is grow vertically instead of horizontally.

That blog, which is taking its baby steps, is written by the person nearest and dearest to Pondit’s heart. :}
The few entries in the blog are definitely worth checking out.

Written by BongoP'o'ndit

June 22, 2006 at 7:26 am

Posted in Environment, Politics

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  1. So, it is now becoming a family affair? 🙂

    But of course, we have no choice but to follow the link if we have to have any chance of consuming Roshagolla if and when we arrive at Pondit’s place.


    June 22, 2006 at 11:40 am

  2. Ah-ha! so we see the other side now. Whatz the female equivalent of ‘BongoPondit’? I would take a stab at it but don’t like the taste of my foot in my mouth.


    June 22, 2006 at 1:46 pm

  3. @ Confused: You will probably find more important things in that blog compared to the drivel that is regularly served here.

    Both rosgollas and martinis will be waiting if/when you land up here.

    @ Patrix: I thought you might enjoy the post. Btw, she actually hates the ‘Pondit’ moniker – so keep your mouth free for the rosgullas !


    June 22, 2006 at 5:30 pm

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