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JHKJames Howard Kunstler (author and social critic)
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To draw on urbanist James Howard Kunstler's approach, including these sorts of similarly flawed attempts at humanizing suburban blight, Walmart's new town centers are akin to "bandaids." The big boxes may stem the bleeding for awhile, but death is coming eventually.
I think of James Howard Kunstler's book, "The Long Emergency," where smaller, self-sustaining communities may be our future (hydropower, open farm lands, woodlots, clean, safe).
"That's a pithy way of saying where our country, perhaps the developed world, is at right now," notes James Howard Kunstler.
A "great disruption" is not anything like, say, a "long emergency" (James Howard Kunstler), or a "collapse" (Jared Diamond), and it's certainly nothing like "the revenge of Gaia" (James Lovelock).
James Howard Kunstler, author of The Geography of Nowhere, a critique of America's car-dependent sub-urbanization, said: "Scaling down is apparently not an option, though it will happen whether we participate or not.
"The age of the 3,000 mile Caesar salad is coming to an end." ~ James Howard Kunstler
Anyone who has studied Tourism 101 knows that differentiation is the key, so why are many tourism towns starting to resemble James Howard Kunstler's "geography of nowhere," where standardization has replaced uniqueness?
James Howard Kunstler is the author of The Long Emergency, The Geography of Nowhere, and 12 other books, including nine novels.
Actually, this neologism's proper usage is rather restricted: It was created by James Howard Kunstler to describe what James Howard Kunstler is not.
"World Made by Hand" by James Howard Kunstler. Best book I have read in a year!
IN FEBRUARY of this year, author and social critic James Howard Kunstler, best known for his landmark anti-suburban sprawl book, The Geography of Nowhere, and Duncan Crary, director of communications at the Institute for Humanist Studies, launched the KunstlerCast, a weekly podcast to discuss, among other things, the coming end of both suburbia and cheap oil.