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A Bold Plan for Sustainable California Communities: A Report on the Implementation of Senate Bill 375
By NRDC and Move LA – September 2012
This report tells the story of how Southern California and Sacramento have tackled implementation of SB 375, and provides a brief update on the San Diego plan.
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The New California Dream: How Demographic and Economic Trends May Shape the Housing Market
By Arthur C. Nelson, Published by the Urban Land Institute - December 2011
According to this report, Californians’ housing preferences are changing rapidly—highlighting the need to revisit the long-term mix of available housing choices. Without modifications in planning assumptions, investments in public transit and reform of land use regulations, there is the potential that a dramatic mismatch will emerge between housing supply and demand over the next two decades.
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San Diego and SB 375: Lessons from California’s first Sustainable Communities Strategy
By Eliot Rose, Autumn Bernstein and Stuart Cohen - December 2011
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) approved the first sustainable communities strategy (SCS) under Senate Bill 375 in October 2011.  This report takes a comprehensive look at the plan and analyzes why it didn’t achieve the GHG reductions that many hoped it would.
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