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SPECIAL REPORT » Growing Smarter: Planning for a Bay Area of 9 Million. Regional planners hope to turn a lot of the Bay Area into something more like San Francisco — walkable, BARTable and energy efficient. But the “smart growth” renaissance is facing stiff resistance from cities, and financial pressure from the cash-strapped California state government. Produced in collaboration with the CAGE Lab at UC Berkeley’s Geography Department, Earth Island Journal and Bay Nature Magazine.
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