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Los Angeles, the Improbably Sustainable City

By Stephanie Pincetl To many, even Angelenos, Los Angeles is the poster child of all that is unsustainable. Sprawling, polluted, car dependent, center-less, the importer of water, devoid of culture and urbanity, Los Angeles is seen as the antithesis of a sustainable city. But some basic indicators show how Los Angeles, and its surrounding county,…
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Annual Meeting

Ethnic Change and Enclaves in Los Angeles

By James P. Allen and Eugene Turner Los Angeles County is home to 10 million people—more than any other county in the It includes the City of Los Angeles and 87 other cities. Although interconnected with four adjacent counties in a massive metropolitan area of over 17 million residents, Los Angeles County has always had…
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