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Great video on the VMT-GHG-New Urbanist connection

Watch the short film "Built To Last" on YouTube. It's clever, enlightening, and just plain great! It was announced the winner of The Congress for New Urbanism video contest here at CNU17 in Denver.

Watch the 3-minute film at www.youtube.com/1standMain.

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