SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Economic impacts of SB 375, California’s new anti-sprawl legislation

"How will SB 375 — the 2008 bill that limits greenhouse gas emissions by curbing sprawl — change our economic landscape? A new report by the Urban Land Institute assesses the impacts of the bill on land values and economic vitality in California. Learn about the results and what the implementation of this bill will mean for the state’s economy. With Kate White of the Urban Land Institute, and a ULI expert panel including Meea Kang, CEO of Domus Development, and Alexander Quinn, Director of Sustainable Economics at AECOM."

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