How much is sustainability worth?

From the Antiplanner;

Where Do We Draw the Line?

“How much is sustainability worth?” asks Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Nigel Jaquiss. “Try $65 million in public money.” That’s how much taxpayers will be spending on a $72 million “green” building in downtown Portland. At $462 a square foot, it will be “perhaps the most expensive office space ever built in Portland.

The director of the Oregon Environmental Council defends the building as something that can “leverage long-term outcomes,” whatever that means. But she would defend it, since the state is promising OEC, 1000 Friends of Oregon, and other left-wing environmental groups office space in the building at low rents that are guaranteed to stay fixed for decades.

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One response to “How much is sustainability worth?

  1. are the same progressive libtards that gave ‘free’ apartments to drunks and ‘free’ cash’…. It got them off the streets…

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