Ecology Of Fear: How Eden Lost It'S Garden

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American History

 

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January 17, 2013

 

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Population and build levels had been growing rapidly, but developers ignored the pleas for more parks and recreation. The eventual lack was due to speculation or excessive and inflated land prices. Olmsted wanted to create “greenbelts” to both look good and have functionality. The next section of the chapter discusses the killing of the LA River...
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Olmsted wanted to create “greenbelts” to both look good and have functionality. The next section of the chapter discusses the killing of the LA River. There was a desire and need for flood control, and people also thought that this would create jobs during the depression era. The army corps of engineers was given the go-ahead to change the river into a series of sewers and flood control devices, and in the same period the Santa Monica Bay was nearly wiped out as well by dumping of sewage and irrigation...
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