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    HISTORIC WAREHOUSE GROWS GREEN

    For much of the 20th century, the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon was a gritty and neglected industrial site. Recently, however, the district has revived to become an upscale, downtown neighborhood within a compact and livable city.

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    A STYLISH SUSTAINABILITY

    In the 1920s, after working with Frank Lloyd Wright for several years, architect Rudolf Schindler pioneered a new kind of residence in Southern California. Schindler's work, while exhibiting some formal attributes of the International Style, was tempered by a sensitivity to the environment.

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    More Environment

    Commitee Discusses 'Green' Ordinance — Laredo Morning Times, 2001.1205

    Unemployed Eye Environmental Cleanup — AP at Yahoo News, 2001.1205

    Study: WTC Dust Contains Asbestos — AP at Yahoo News, 2001.1203

    New Suffolk Dorm to be First "Green" Building In Boston — Beacon Hill Times, 2001.1127

    EU Says Environment Talks No Hurdle for Expansion — New Zealand Herald, 2001.1123

    Going Green: Sellen's Headquarters Building Is a Prime Example of Sustainability — Puget Sound Business Journal, 2001.1123

    Wake Up the Sleeping Giant — ENR, 2001.1121

    Regulations Drive Up Housing Costs and Fail to Protect Endangered Species, Builders Charge — NAHB, 2001.1119

    GE Lighting Launches National Energy Program — GE Lighting press release, 2001.1011

    EPA Launches "Energy Star" Public Awareness Campaign — BuildingOnline, 2001.1114

    New Study Fuels Fresh Debate over Arsenic-Treated Lumber — Building Online, 2001.1114

    CDC Report on "Built Environment" Misses the Mark — National Association of Home Builders, 2001.1113

    Groundbreaking for Municipal Museum's Water-Wise Garden — Excite, 2001.1113

    More Homeowners Are 'Seeing Green' — BusinessWire at Excite, 2001.1112

    Energy Star Product Expo Brings Efficiency to Market — DOE, 2001.1107

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