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Urban Sprawl. What is it?Low thickness urbanization spreading into undeveloped areasNew lodging tractsDecentralizing urban centersDependence on autos Abandonment of more seasoned groups. Issues. Why keep on growing the suburbs?Easier to assemble new infrastructureBut, fleeting increase has long haul costsLike what?Loss of environmentRoad CongestionAir PollutionDegradation of Inner City and more seasoned
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Urban Sprawl POSC 140 Intro to California Gov\'t and Politics Braunwarth

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Urban Sprawl What is it? Low thickness urbanization spreading into undeveloped ranges New lodging tracts Decentralizing urban focuses Dependence on vehicles Abandonment of more seasoned groups

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Problems Why keep on expanding suburbia? Less demanding to manufacture new framework But, transient pick up has long haul costs Like what? Loss of environment Road Congestion Air Pollution Degradation of Inner City and more seasoned rural areas

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Population Growth Urban Sprawl is filled by populace Growth: CA now 32 million (multiplied since 1960) Added 6 million in 1980s Plus 1/2 million/year in 1990s San Diego County is currently ~2,950,000 yet is required to achieve 3,850,000 by 2010 So Cal will go from 19 to right around 25 million (2 Chicagos in 20 years)

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Growth Options Pro-Growth: Rural and poor territories Want more framework, more occupations, more individuals No-Growth: Upper-Income regions Concerned about environment, movement, and NIMBY

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Smart Growth Compromise: financial action ought to happen in urban ranges and safeguard open spaces Must switch pattern of confining urban development and advancing improvement in less controlled fringe Higher Density lodging/blended utilize Revitalize more established groups as more alluring spots to live

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San Diego Solution San Diego history rotates around farming, horticulture, and rustic life Threatened by aimless urban development Don\'t have any desire to wind up like LA or OC San Diego will develop, question is the way Solution: Create urban/provincial limit Force urban zones to revive rather than half-baked inland advancement

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SOFAR arrange In SD County General Plan outside limit 40 and 80 section of land least bundles Protect watershed, agribusiness, natural life, landscape, tourism Watershed is vital: plants and open ground clean and channel water instead of overflow from black-top, parking areas, and avenues

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Endangered Species Act Purpose: Conserve biological communities of imperiled species and Prohibit "take" of species, including mischief to territory that debilitates the species Over 200 recorded plant and creature species in San Diego gnatcatcher , tortoise, kangaroo rodent, and so on. One of 25 most various environment ranges on the planet (forsake, mtns, atmosphere, and so forth.)

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service If need to create arrive must document an Environment Impact Report (CA Environmental Quality Act) If by chance "takes" natural surroundings of recorded species, must get an allow from the fish and untamed life benefit Must indicate impacts, how to relieve effects, and choices so won\'t decrease the species

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Single-Species Approach Coastal CA Gnatcatcher lives in beach front sage scour basically put a brake on all improvement in CA Single-Species approach wasn\'t working Needed to secure natural life while safeguarding development Need a more biological community based approach

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Multi-Species Approach Habitat Islands in a Urban Sea The more prominent the zone protected, the more prominent the quantity of species conceivable So, need to save huge regions San Diego Multiple Species Conservation Plan ( MSCP ) Allows for provincial preservation

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San Diego MSCP Voluntary Cooperation of numerous neighborhood governments in return for Planning Certainty for future advancement (not species by species) What about private property rights? Are not boundless: i.e. Zoning short stride from lodging set backs and little signs to securing open spaces

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Other CA Growth Issues Electricity Crisis: Suspended a few controls to speed plant development Outraged natural gatherings and NIMBY mortgage holders Zero Emission Vehicles "Brownfields" and requirement for Urban School property Storm Water Regulations

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