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    GREEN SCIENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY

    The new Meldrum Science Center, certified LEED Platinum, provides an outstanding teaching and laboratory facility for the Westminster College campus in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    The airy, daylit interior of the four-story, 60,000-square-foot (5,600-square-meter) building provides a fertile matrix for interactive learning about science — in the curriculum and in the building.

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    ON 'TRAVEL AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT'

    News flash: The distance between a residential development location and the metropolitan center is one of the strongest factors influencing how much residents will drive.

    The density of a neighborhood, in and of itself, turns out to be the weakest of the commonly considered "D" variables, key dimensions of the built environment that influence how — and how much — people move around.

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