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is, fundamentally, a commodity - after all, we have limited land - and its stakeholders - NIMBYs, developers, planners, or lawmakers alike - all seek profit. Sure, people live in them, but the scarcity would only enforce the commercial nature, unless a conscious party takes the control from all stakeholders...

nytimes.com/2022/06/05/busines

Anyways, if we cannot use up more land, then we must recycle underused developed land. But that's pushing the most vulnerable to the worst places...

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