Cookie cutter houses, large backyards and shopping centers took hold during the rapid rise of suburbia during the second half of the 20th century. Now, towns across the U.S. are facing a new set of challenges from climate change to shifting demographics that require a different landscape than what was first constructed. We speak with two experts about the current state of suburbia and potential solutions.
- Ellen Dunham-Jones, professor of architecture and urban design at Georgia Tech
- David Feldman, professor in the school of social ecology at the University of California-Irvine
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