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21 Mar, 2023 06:37

Housing crisis


Work from home has changed how workers live. What happens when these policies end and the cities are overpopulated, and there is no more room for workers now being called back into the office? Location and cost are making many choose smaller spaces, and the recent trend of minamalism has helped as well. On this episode of 360 View Scottie Nell Hughes speaks with an economist at the World Resources Institute, Vijay Jagannathan, and asks – does the housing squeeze both literally and figurately mean we are running out of land here on Earth?

Plus, our international correspondent, Roxana Solano, looks at a new project in Saudi Arabia, which at a first glance looks like it’s from an apocalyptic movie, and which hopes to create a solution... that sounds more like a nightmare.