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Today's News - March 31, 2005

U.N. report: ecosystems in trouble put global development at risk. - UIA Celebration of Cities winners offer inventive solutions. -- The facts and myths of higher-density development. -- A newer New Town for Edinburgh's waterfront takes shape. -- Seattle mayor's "urban village" vision not good news for car owners. -- The National Trust for Historic Preservation backs (and helps pay for) demolition of historic St. Louis building (a scary trend in the making?). -- U.K. seeks saviors for a "dismal list of buildings at risk." -- An urban forest and "living library" planned for a Michigan campus. -- An aquatic Eden Project in U.K. will combine science and tourism. -- Revised Koolhaas design for Dallas theater "has personality and pop" (and a few kinks to still be worked out). -- No skimping on Bank of Scotland's Dublin HQ. -- Detroit skyline to get "a much-needed shot of modernism." -- Correa to head Delhi Urban Arts Commission. -- It's Architecture Week in Virginia. -- Review of the best planning movies (some surprises).




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