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Today's News - August 9, 2006

Starchitects now less reluctant to design green. -- Seattle takes lessons from Europe and Portland for Green Factor program. -- Is Wal-Mart's sustainability initiative a new dawn or a big yawn? -- Farrelly asks if architects can be morally good - as architects. -- Architects create an artful project outside of Moscow to inspire social and environmental conscience. -- Architects in Helsinki are wary of "wow." -- Budapest, on the other hand, is all for it (who could resist something by "Her Majesty, the Grand Lady of Decon"?). -- Las Vegas looking forward to its own Bilbao moment. -- New York region needs to radically re-think its land use policies. -- Inclusionary zoning has good intentions, but a bad idea (if you're a builder). Portland launches a racy Vision Vessel. -- UConn builds its own college town. -- African Institute of Science and Technology in Nigeria picks Fuksas from an impressive shortlist. -- Three who know discuss Ground Zero memorial.

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