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    ARCHITECTURAL GLOBAL WARMING

    When we think about the causes of "global warming," what commonly comes to mind are gas-guzzling cars and smoke-spewing industrial processes. But a lion's share of the pollutants that cause global warming are attributable to architecture.

    Architect Edward Mazria of Mazria, Riskin Odems, Inc. in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has been making a case for why his profession should take greater responsibility for the problem.

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    ECOHOUSES IN INDIA AND WALES

    Eco-architecture sees buildings as part of the larger ecology of the planet and the building as part of a living habitat. This contrasts with the more common notions of many architects, who see a building as a work of art, perhaps on exhibition in a settlement or as "frozen music" in the people-less pictures of glossy magazines.

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    More Environment

    Schools Strive to Be 'Green' — News-Observer, 2004.0226

    'Green' Building Products Can Prove Profitable in Salt Lake City — Miami Herald, 2004.0224

    Green Meets History in Annex — Boston Globe, 2004.0222

    Town House Invites the Outside In — New York Times, 2004.0219

    Modernist House Fulfills Its Promise — Detroit News, 2004.0218

    Eco-Village to Pioneer Flax-Mix Earth Building — New Zealand Herald, 2004.0216

    Interview with Architect Jacques Herzog — Star Tribune, 2004.0215

    Governor Kicks Off Energy Education Initiative in Colorado — National Renewable Energy Laboratory press release, 2004.0211

    Report Questions Bush Plan for Hydrogen-Fueled Cars — New York Times, 2004.0206

    Smog-Busting Paint Soaks Up Noxious Gases — New Scientist, 2004.0204

    New Tufts Report Concludes Vinyl Isn't Cheap — Healthy Building Network press release, 2004.0204

    Port Phillip Ecohouse — The Age, 2004.0202

    Flooring for the Environment — EDC, 2004.02 Edition

    Greenbuild Gala — EDC, 2004.02 Edition

    A Learning Environment — EDC, 2004.02 Edition

    2004 Energy Star Awards Winners — Energy Star press release, 2004.02

    Commercial Building Efficiency Opportunities — Con.WEB, 2004.0130

    UC Berkeley Professor's Building System May Help Iran — Berkley News, 2004.0128

    Model Green Home Building Guidelines Initiative Launched — National Association of Home Builders, 2004.0128

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