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    HOUSE OF CARD

    A new after-school club opened in late 2001 on the east coast of England, in Westcliff on Sea, near Southend, Essex — built almost entirely of cardboard. More than a year after its completion, the award-winning school is still standing and not at all limp. Cardboard made from recycled paper is proving to be an inexpensive and environmentally sustainable building material.

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    RESTORING THE GIANT FOREST

    The notion that architecture should fit the vernacular of its surroundings did not begin in U.S. national parks, but few other architectural styles seem to sit as comfortably in the landscape as the "national park rustic" style.

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    More Environment

    Constructing a Greener College — The Dartmouth, 2003.0121

    Concerted Effort Begins to Push Green Building — Chicago Tribune, 2003.0119

    Drawing on Energy in a "Passive" Way — Deustche Weld, 2003.0116

    Recycled Glass Flooring....EnviroGLAS Terrazzo — Construction Executive A/E/C Newswire, 2003.0116

    Not Going Green Is Called a Matter of Economics — New York Times, 2003.0115

    Urban Reformer Shares New Way to Build Cities — Environmental Defense Press Release, 2003.0114

    Specsources Incorporates GREENGUARD-Certified Office Furniture — Designare, 2003.0108

    Geothermal Powers 1909 California School into a New Life — AIArchitect, 2003.0103

    World's Tallest Tower to Produce Energy from Desert — The Age, 2003.0103

    Home Depot Cites Progress on Timber — The Oregonian, 2003.0103

    Protecting and Restoring America’s Wetlands — U.S. Environmental Protection Agency press release, 2002.1227

    Specifying for Indoor Air Quality — The Construction Specifier, 2002.12 issue

    Preform Office Workstation Systems from Recycled Materials — Environmental Building News, 2002.12 issue

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