Alan Durning

Executive director and founder of the Sightline Institute

Executive director and founder of the Sightline Institute, an independent, nonprofit think tank focused on sustainability in the Pacific Northwest. He’s written more than 10 books on sustainability, transportation, and city design. 

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In this podcast bonus, four guests discuss solutions to high housing costs and gentrification in Los Angeles. Recorded live at the Central Library on Nov.

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In this podcast bonus, four guests discuss solutions to high housing costs and gentrification in Los Angeles. Recorded live at the Central Library on Nov.

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In this podcast bonus, four guests discuss solutions to high housing costs and gentrification in Los Angeles. Recorded live at the Central Library on Nov.

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