Perspectives on where our world is heading from a vantage point in Denver, Colorado.
12 September 2008
Stupid Zones Revisited
I have a new entry in my Daily Kos diary entitled Stupid Zones Revisited, that examines what policy responses we should make to deal with future threats like Hurricanes Ike, Gustav and Katrina. At a broader level, it argues that we need to try to live in better harmony with nature, rather than assuming that we can conquer it, both in how we build and how we live. It uses Denver's history of dealing with flooding in the South Platte River and Cherry Creek as a model.