Developers Find Profit in Preserving Green Areas In Georgia and elsewhere, the task of preserving green space is shifting from the public sector to private developers, who are finding it's economically in their interest. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.
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Developers Find Profit in Preserving Green Areas

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Developers Find Profit in Preserving Green Areas

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Developers Find Profit in Preserving Green Areas

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In Georgia and elsewhere, the task of preserving green space is shifting from the public sector to private developers, who are finding it's economically in their interest. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.