Zones Of Contention

Efforts to protect waterfront neighborhoods from pollution are are starting to lock out good businesses.

Waterfront neighborhoods are sick of being dumping grounds for dirty industries. But efforts to protect people from polluters are starting to lock out good neighbors, too: the businesses that make the city run. The Center for an Urban Future presents a feature-length editorial on the impact of waterfront protection.

Thanks to Center for an Urban Future

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