An article in the New York Times suggests that suburbanites and their townships are beginning to notice the disproportional impact they're living is having on the environment and the changes they're making.

An article in the New York Times suggests that suburbanites and their townships are beginning to notice the disproportional impact they’re living is having on the environment and the changes they’re making.

The problem with suburbs, many environmentalists say, is not an issue of light bulbs. In the end, the very things that make suburban life attractive — the lush lawns, spacious houses and three-car garages — also disproportionally contribute to global warming. Suburban life, these environmentalists argue, is simply not sustainable.

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