I wrote today about an ambitious – maybe unrealistic – proposal for a carbon-negative development in southern New Hampshire, with as many as three dozen units and a farm. You can read about it here.
The incentive, of course, is the climate emergency, an over-the-top term that, unfortunately, has become valid. Modern industrial society isn’t going to stop so if we want a livable planet we need to figure out better ways for it to exist. Not just slightly better ways, like switching your long commute to a Prius, but radically better ways, like working remotely from home.