It’s depressing. In 2008, United States Sugar agreed to sell Florida large tracts of land in the Everglades, a sale that would foster their recovery and preservation. But in 2009 the recession forced a cut-back in scope, and decisions by state officials largely have benefitted the sugar company.
Would you dine out in a repurposed coal plant? Or play basketball in a community center that once emitted massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere? Or meet classmates on campus at the new union building that spewed out black smoke for years? Many of the folks who