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    GREENBUILD IN BOSTON

    Attendees of the 2008 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo had good reason to be excited. Since the conference's debut in 2002 in Austin, Texas, when just over 4,000 people gathered to discuss the importance of sustainable design, Greenbuild has expanded dramatically.

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    BRINGING SUSTAINABILITY AND URBANISM TOGETHER

    There are numerous benefits to fusing sustainable development and urban development concepts. Moreover, pedestrian-oriented, urbanist-project approaches have been vigorously embraced by many environmental groups. It is not, however, intuitively obvious to everyone why high-density, extensively hardscaped projects would be good for the environment.

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    More Environment

    E.P.A. Expected to Regulate Carbon Dioxide — New York Times, 2009.0219

    Solar Team Steels Itself for Victory — The Santa Clara, 2009.0219

    New York Must Prepare for Global Warming, Mayor's Panel Says — New York Times, 2009.0218

    Electric Cars and a Smarter Grid — New York Times, 2009.0217

    Cutting Costs with Solar Walls — New York Times, 2009.0217

    Green Investing in the Troubled Real Estate Market — New York Times, 2009.0217

    Does Funding Carbon Capture Boost Energy Security? — New York Times, 2009.0217

    Kaputnik Chaos Could Kill Hubble — Nature, 2009.0217

    Changes Set for Green Ratings — North Bay Business Journal, 2009.0216

    Inching Toward Greener Cellphones — New York Times, 2009.0216

    Nitrogen Fertilizer Warning for China — Nature, 2009.0216

    Can Green Jobs Be Good Jobs? — The Nation, 2009.0216

    A World without Water — The Nation, 2009.0216

    Sustainable Living Takes on New Home Front — Northern Star, 2009.0216

    Big Solar Heats Up — Channel News Asia, 2009.0216

    60 Students Building Solar-Powered House — Columbus Dispatch, 2009.0216

    Is America Ready to Quit Coal? — New York Times, 2009.0215

    Clinton Tries to Build China Climate Pact — Guardian Unlimited, 2009.0214

    U.S. Economic Stimulus to Boost Renewable Energy — Reuters, 2009.0212

    Reinventing Modular Housing as Green — New York Times, 2009.0211

    New Grant Helps Energy-Efficient Home Builders — Daily Journal of Commerce, 2009.0211

    Here Comes the Sun Shower — New York Times, 2009.0210

    SYNTHe: An Urban Rooftop Garden Prototype in Los Angeles — Inhabitat (blog), 2009.0209

    Google Taking a Step into Power Metering — New York Times, 2009.0209

    FEMA Is Faulted on Aid after Hurricane Ike — New York Times, 2009.0209

    Feed-in Tariffs Contemplated in the U.S. — New York Times, 2009.0209

    Fires, Floods Pressure Australia Government on Climate — Reuters, 2009.0209

    Why Obama's Energy Savings Estimate May Be Skewed — New York Times, 2009.0207

    New Sausalito Homes - Green and Good Neighbors — San Francisco Chronicle, 2009.0207

    Mercer Slough Center Treads Lightly on the Bellevue Landscape — Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2009.0203

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