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    BARCELONA RUNS DEEP

    The Poblenou area of Barcelona is experiencing a renewal. As the doorway to the site for the 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures with themes of cultural diversity, sustainable development, and world peace this traditional industrial district is taking on a new technological focus.

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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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    Kresge to Build Greener Home — Detroit Free Press, 2004.0317

    ASHRAE Residential Ventilation Standard Approved — Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory newsletter, 2004.0317

    Multi-Building Internet Demand-Response Control System — Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory newsletter, 2004.0317

    Although Work Is Inevitable, Pain at Work Is Not — Office-work.com, 2004.0316

    NAHB Unveils Key Players In Green Guidelines Development — National Association of Home Builders, 2004.0315

    The 2004 Northeast Green Building Awards Announced — Northeast Sustainable Energy Association press release, 2004.0311

    2004 Northeast Green Building Awards Announced — Northeast Sustainable Energy Association press release, 2004.0311

    William McDonough to Open Global Forum on Water — E-Wire, 2004.0311

    NREL Highlights Leading Utility Green Power Programs — National Renewable Energy Laboratory press release, 2004.0304

    57 Organizations Recognized For Contributions to Environment — Environmental Protection Agency press release, 2004.0302

    Building Sustainability at Ground Zero — Metropolis, 2004.0301

    How Buildings Breathe — Metropolis, 2004.0301

    New Materials Resist Mold and Mildew Growth — Environmental Design + Construction, 2004.03

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