Locally Unwanted Land Uses

During the early 1980s, urban planner Frank Popper coined the term locally unwanted land use (LULU) to describe often-reviled land uses such as waste repositories, prisons, power lines, airports, highways, and mega–shopping complexes. LULUs—often associated with their sister acronym NIMBY (not ...

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