Are Skyscrapers Really Good for the Environment?

The Coast, Halifax's Weekly | April 14, 2008
Density is our hope for long-term survival. At least until peak oil. The problem with these sky-scraping symbols of long-term sustainability, according to an energy expert, is "figuring out how to heat the damn things. If we assume the heat source will be oil," Larry Hughes says, "it's very short-sighted, naive to the extreme."

The Coast, Halifax's Weekly

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