15Farmland lossOnly about a tenth of Earth’s land is suitable for farming.
16Smart Growth Strategies Infill: filling in empty or run down parts of a city with new development.
17Mixed-use Development: combines housing and businesses in one area. Encourages people to live, work, and shop in one neighborhood.
18Urban Growth Boundaries: a legal border separating urban and rural land.
19Assignment: Urban Sprawl in Your Area ELT: Analyze arrangements of settlements.Let’s consider urban sprawl in metro Denver, possible problems, and possible smart growth solutions.
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