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Spring 2006 Volume 1, Number 1
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According to forecasts from the Houston-Galveston Area Council, the 8-county region around Houston will grow by 3.5 million people by 2035. The first issue of TOMORROW Magazine considers the implications of this growth and sets the framework for citizens and decision makers to address this growth in positive ways to preserve the economy, community, and environment of the region.
Winter 2006 Volume 1, Number 2
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The intent of transportation infrastructure investment is to provide citizens with access to jobs, shopping, arts and culture, and each other. This issue of TOMORROW Magazine examines the gap between this goal and the actual focus of most of our transportation investment on mobility - the ability to move quickly between two points. Accessibility is a frame of mind that puts people first.
Fall 2007 Volume 2, Number 1
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The essentials for life and crucial components of our quality of life are food, air, and water. This issue of TOMORROW Magazine looks at food, in terms of the food supply for the Houston region's growing population of 5.5 million people, the local agriculture infrastructure, possibilities for a sustainable future for the region, and the expansion of local farmers' markets and community gardens.

The mission of TOMORROW magazine is to give citizens and decision-makers the information they need to make wise choices about Houston???s future. The magazine is published biannually and each issue focuses on a major theme of importance to the development of the region, including Access & Mobility, Flooding & Water, Food, and Health.

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