(Urban Land Institute) Hudnut argues that America’s current growth patterns are unsustainable and in order to remain competitive in the global economy the United State must make more efficient use of its resources. This book identifies challenges and offers solutions to problems in areas such as regionalism, transportation, infrastructure, energy, climate change, housing, retail uses, and sustainability. Hudnut is a former congressman and four-term mayor of Indianapolis. He is a senior resident fellow and the Joseph C. Canizaro Chair for Public Policy at the Urban Land Institute.