The Western Urban Landscape and Climate Change

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The Western Urban Landscape and Climate Change


Sullivan, Edward, Tarlock, A. Dan, Environmental Law


  I. INTRODUCTION                                              933  II. THE BIBLICAL AGENDA: DROUGHTS, FIRES, FLOODS, PESTS, AND  936      CONTINUED IN-MIGRATION      A Consumptive and Non-Consumptive Water Use Stress        936      B. Floods and Sea Level Rise                              938      C. Forest Fires                                           939      D. Population Growth                                      940      E. Public Health                                          941 III. No CONSENSUS ON THE URBAN LANDSCAPE                       941  IV. ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE IN SELECTED URBAN AREAS         945      IN THE AMERICAN WEST      A. San Francisco                                          945         1. Transportation                                      946         2. Land Use                                            947         3. Infrastructure                                      949            a. Sea-Level Rise and Consequent Impacts on         949               Land Use and Infrastructure            b. Water                                            951            c. Stormwater Runoff                                951            d. Transportation                                   952            e. Parks and Recreation                             953            f. Solid Waste and Recycling                        953         4. Energy                                              954      B. Los Angeles                                            954         1. Transportation                                      955         2. Land Use                                            956         3. Infrastructure                                      957            a. Sea-Level Rise and Consequent Impacts on         957               Land Use and Infrastructure            b. Water                                            958            c. Stormwater                                       959            d. Solid Waste                                      959            e. Parks and Recreation                             959            f. Transportation                                   960         4. Energy                                              960      C. Phoenix                                                960         1. Transportation                                      961         2. Land Use                                            962         3. Infrastructure                                      962            a. Water                                            962            b. Stormwater Runoff                                964            c. Solid Waste                                      964         4. Energy                                              964      D. Portland, Oregon                                       965         1. Transportation                                      966         2. Land Use                                            968         3. Infrastructure                                      970            a. Water                                            971            b. Stormwater: Combined Sewer Outflow Program       971            c. Public Transportation                            972            d. Parks and Recreation                             973            e. Solid Waste and Recycling,                       973         4. Energy                                              974      E. Salt Lake City                                         974         1. Transportation                                      976         2. Land Use                                            976         3. Infrastructure                                      978            a. Water                                            978            b. Stormwater                                       979            c. Public Transportation                            979            d. Parks and Recreation                             980            e. Solid Waste and Recycling                        980         4. … 

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