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    IN THE LANDSCAPE OF MURCUTT

    In July, 2001 a group of travel-weary, anxious architects, students, and teachers from around the world stepped off a bus and descended a steep one-lane road to the Bundannon property on the Shoalhaven River, about three hours south of Sydney.

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    MOLD CONCERN CONTINUES

    In recent years, architects, facility managers, and maintenance personnel have become intensely concerned about the environmental hazard presented by mold. The cause can be relatively simple dampness in buildings and solving moisture problems can often eliminate mold and restore the building to its normal condition.

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    More Environment

    Meaningful Brownfields Legislation Must Address Petroleum Sites and Liability Issues — NAHB, 2001.0910

    Is This The End Of The Road For The Big New House? — U.K. Sunday Times, 2001.0909

    `Green' gas station might get a red light in Davis — Sacramento Business Journal, 2001.0907

    Getting Down To Earth — CT Now, 2001.0905

    Sustainable Design Draws Homeowner Interest — Atlanta Business Chronicle, 2001.0903

    Building Efficiency By Design — Scotsman Online, 2001.0901

    Alliance Launching Broad-Based Venture to Increase Commercial Building Efficiency — News Data Press Release, 2001.09 Edition

    Department of Energy Selects Burns & McDonnell to Participate in Ground-Breaking Energy Project — Individual, 2001.0831

    Energy Crisis Brings Builders and Solar Electric Suppliers Togethe — BusinessWire at Excite, 2001.0830

    Settlement Agreement on Endangered Species Marks No New Progress on ESA Reform — NAHB, 2001.0828

    Consortium for Energy Efficiency Publishes Commercial HVAC Guidelines — CEE Press Release, 2001.0825

    Nation's Largest Sustainable Redevelopment Project to Showcase "Green" Planning and Design — AIArchitect, 2001.0824 Edition

    Couple Practise What They Preach — U.K. Sunday Times, 2001.0819

    Trees Lock Angkor Temples in a Life-and-Death Embrace — New York Times, 2001.0819 (registration required)

    Awards to Boost Research into Cheaper Solar Electricity — NREL, 2001.0817

    EPA Delays Plan for Powerplant Pollution Controls — ENR, 2001.0815

    Criticism Greets Corps Wetlands Permit Proposal — ENR, 2001.0810

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