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    PLATINUM B-SIDE

    Natural daylight, cooling and ventilating efficiencies, and low-impact material selections helped add up to a USGBC LEED Platinum certification for Building B of the new Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (ASU). The first LEED Platinum building in Arizona joined the elite green ranks of fewer than 60 LEED Platinum-certified buildings worldwide.

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    Hidden Costs of Climate Change in US — ScienceDaily, 2007.1017

    Colleges Strive for Long-Term Sustainability — Guardian Unlimited, 2007.1016

    Sustainability and Aesthetics in One Building? — San Francisco Chronicle, 2007.1016

    A Carbon-Negative Fuel — World Changing (blog), 2007.1016

    Bahrain Builds a City in the Most International of Ways — International Herald Tribune, 2007.1016

    A Green Resort Is Planned to Preserve Ruins and Coastal Waters — New York Times, 2007.1016

    Climate Change Will Impact U.S. Economy — Mongabay, 2007.1016

    Canada Not Listening to Leading Environmentalist — Boston Globe, 2007.1015

    The Race Is on for Platinum — Realty Times, 2007.1015

    A Long Time Coming — Guardian Unlimited, 2007.1015

    Lifecycle Building Challenge: Pavilion in the Park — Inhabitat (blog), 2007.1015

    All the Energy We Could Ever Need? Space-Based Solar Power — GreenOptions (blog), 2007.1015

    Dubai to Lead World in Green Urban Design — Arabian Business, 2007.1015

    Torrential Rains, Floods Kill 20 in Central America — Washington Post, 2007.1014

    Keen on Building Green — San Diego Union-Tribune, 2007.1013

    2007 Solar Decathlon under Way — AIArchitect, 2007.1012

    EPA to Develop Rules for Storing CO2 Emissions — Reuters, 2007.1011

    Biofueling Water Problems — Environmental Science & Technology, 2007.1010

    U.N. Urges Preparedness for More Frequent Disasters — Reuters, 2007.1010

    Demand for LEED Buildings Outstrips Supply of Builders — Daily Commercial News and Construction Record, 2007.1010

    Greenest Building Has Welsh Foundation — icWales, 2007.1010

    Seattle's Recycling Success Is Being Measured in Scraps — New York Times, 2007.1010

    Group: Problems Plague Great Lakes Parks — New York Times, 2007.1009

    UK Tax Breaks for Zero Carbon Homes — Inhabitat (blog), 2007.1009

    Mauritius Scientists Fear Tourism Impact on Coral — Scientific American, 2007.1009

    Building an Affordable Green House — 11Alive, 2007.1009

    The Building Is Small, Its Environmental Stance Big — Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2007.1008

    An Urban Apartment and a Rural Farm in One Building — Y Net News, 2007.1008

    New 'Green' Roof Project Could Change the Way Homes Are Built — ABC 12, 2007.1008

    Many Texas Consumers Feel Competition in the State's Energy Markets Has Been a Costly Failure — Houston Chronicle, 2007.1008

    The Truth about Carbon Markets — Economic Times, 2007.1003

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