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California's elected leaders talk a good game on climate change, sustainability and the housing crisis. But when it comes to actually changing the sprawling land-use patterns that have clogged the freeways, multiplied greenhouse gas emissions, exacerbated economic inequality and sent the cost of housing sky high, they've been MIA.
In the next five years or so, the No. 1 source of air pollution along the Wasatch Front is going to switch from vehicles to buildings.