Life After OilFolio Weekly (2008)
Asserts that the rising price of oil justifies land use reforms designed to facilitate walking and transit ridership, and in particular pruning back regulations that, by separating land uses and reducing density, increase automobile dependence.
- peak oil,
Publication DateJuly 22, 2008
Citation InformationMichael E Lewyn. "Life After Oil" Folio Weekly Iss. July 22 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lewyn/50/