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    REMODELING NATURALLY

    Many people start a home remodeling project by designing an addition and selecting finish materials. But if your goal is to live in harmony with nature, you need to begin with something more basic: a personal strategy for weaving your needs together with the natural elements available at your site.

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    BUILDING POTENTIAL

    In the rolling hills just east of Austin, Texas, a small compound of experimental buildings makes up the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (CMPBS). Here, Pliny Fisk III, his partner Gail Vittori, and a cadre of researchers and interns explore the depths of sustainable building.

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    UNSUSTAINABLE

    "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." This definition was written 20 years ago in the Brundtland Report, commissioned by the United Nations. Since then, the goal of sustainable urban development has been embraced, in theory, by many officials and design professionals all over the world. But examples of meeting today's needs seem limited to the more prosperous segments of society. Living conditions today in the slums of many of the world's largest cities are appalling, and not improving. Editor

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    Cornish Green Village Mooted — New Builder, 2007.0220

    Global Warming Scientist Is Encouraged — Sci-Tech Today, 2007.0220

    Building a Green Future — Guardian Unlimited, 2007.0219

    Green Living — MSNBC, 2007.0219

    Edouard Francois: Urban Chameleon — Cafe Babel, 2007.0219

    The Greening of Graying Buildings — New York Times, 2007.0218

    Environmentalists Protest Plans for Rare Peat Bog in Poland — International Herald Tribune, 2007.0218

    New Towers Paint the Town Green — Toronto Star, 2007.0218

    Sustainable Development in the Gulf Region — The Media Line, 2007.0218

    Some Homes in Central Oregon May Get 'Green' Label — The Oregonian, 2007.0218

    Europe Can Do More on Climate Change - UNEP Head — Reuters, 2007.0217

    Court: Logging Permit Violates Owl Protection — WorldLink, 2007.0217

    How Green Is My Bungalow? — Dallas Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 2007.0217

    Designer Living — Courier Mail, 2007.0217

    Is This the City of the Future? — Hamilton Spectator, 2007.0217

    It's Green Simply Because We Say It's Green! — Opinion at Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2007.0217

    Weyerhaeuser to Shed Building Materials Wholesalers — Register-Guard, 2007.0217

    Warming Up to Newsprint — Missoulan, 2007.0217

    Vancouver City Planners Seeing Green — The Globe and Mail, 2007.0217

    Architecture 2030 Recommends Climate Change Legislation — Green Building Initiative press release, 2007.0216

    Teaching an Old House New Tricks — The Globe and Mail, 2007.0216

    RMI Helps Hawaii Update Its Energy Strategy — Rocky Mountain Institute Newsletter, 2007.0216

    Metro Launches Building Materials Exchange Online — Dolan Media Company, 2007.0216

    Eco-Homes Planned for Epsom Hospital Sites — 24Dash, 2007.0216

    Organic Food Merits Green Design — Business Week, 2007.0216

    Green Design on a Roll — E Magazine, 2007.0216

    Canada Gov't Relents, Says Will Obey Pro-Kyoto Law — National Post, 2007.0216

    Tire Reef Off Florida Proves a Disaster — San Francisco Chronicle, 2007.0216

    The Magic of Windows: Glazed, but Not Confused — Rocky Mountain Institute Newsletter, 2007.0216

    Green? Just Do It — Coastal Living, 2007.0216

    Building for the Future — Hour, 2007.0215

    Dying for a Home: Toxic Trailers Make Katrina Refugees Ill — Alternet, 2007.0215

    Green Monster? BAR Vote Highlights Doubts over 201 Avon — The Hook, 2007.0215

    Scientists Find Lakes under Antarctica — Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2007.0215

    Homes Blend Eco-Friendliness, Unique Design — Sierra Sun, 2007.0215

    San Diego Community a Model for Green Building — San Diego Daily Transcript, 2007.0215

    January Weather Hottest by Far — Newsday, 2007.0215

    Ottawa Builder Honoured for Green Housing in Manotick — Ottawa Business Journal, 2007.0215

    Sodding for Sustainability on Campus Rooftops — Daily Trojan, 2007.0215

    With New Port, China Aims for Cleaner Development — Reuters, 2007.0214

    Measuring the Uncertainty of Climate Change — MIT Technology Review, 2007.0214

    Building 'Green' — Toronto Sun, 2007.0214

    Architects Urge Congress to Establish New Energy Standards — American Institute of Architects press release, 2007.0214

    Green Buildings Need More Incentives in U.S. — Reuters, 2007.0213

    U.S. Green Building Council Goes Platinum: New Headquarters — U.S. Green Building Council press release, 2007.0213

    Leading Nations Sign Climate Deal — Nature, 2007.0212

    Transforming Los Angeles into a Sustainable City — World Changing (blog), 2007.0212

    Research Center Seeks Participants for Green Standards Committee — National Association of Home Builders, 2007.0209

    Living in a State of Exponential Delusion — BusinessDay, 2007.0207

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