Frank J. Popper

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Frank J. Popper
Born 1944
Alma mater Haverford College (BA); Harvard University (MPA); Harvard University (PhD)

Frank J. Popper (born 1944) is a professor at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy of Rutgers University and the Princeton Environmental Institute at Princeton University, known for proposing the Buffalo Commons concept for the Great Plains region of the United States and coining the term locally unwanted land use (LULU).

Publications[edit]

  • "Siting LULUs" (1981)
  • "The Great Plains: From Dust to Dust" (1987), with Deborah E. Popper

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