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Urban lifestyles help to protect the Puget Sound ecosystem

Published on May 8, 2017

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Image Credit: Moore Ruble Yudell: Labeled for reuse

As the state of Washington estimates that the Puget Sound area will grow by more than 1.5 million residents within the next two decades. That is expected to have profound effects on the environment as more and more people move to undeveloped areas. Christopher Dunagan with the Puget Sound Institute explains why urban lifestyles help to protect both rural and urban habitat.

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Originally posted on the Encyclopedia of the Puget Sound by Jeff Rice
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