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Today's News - November 7, 2006

A cultural center in Shanghai showcases a new era of environmental concerns. -- Call for entries: Design for a New World (with special student category). -- Sorkin smells the sulfer of megacities. -- Two Chicago architects take the stigma out of and put green into social housing. -- Heritage issues abound: Germaine Greer is none to kind to World Heritage Committee's revised criteria. -- Calcutta's newfound awareness of the city's architectural legacy - and just in time. -- Chicago preservationists fear losing ground to condos. -- A Boston area modernist gem bites the dust and "puts an entire and vital period of our heritage at risk." -- "X-list" ratings for British urban eyesores. -- Shipping containers transformed from eyesores to architecture. -- Princeton's building boom not as green as some would want. -- Piano bows out of Princeton plan. -- Sprawl = flab: the debate continues. -- 10 ways to reduce your carbon footprint at work. -- King refrains from judging Mayne's "265-foot-high collision of concrete and steel" in San Francisco (at least until it's finished). -- Libeskind presents a "poetic" vision for Jewish War Veterans Memorial in Canada. -- CityCenter in Las Vegas could spell trouble for other big projects. -- Wright conference will focus on the future. ----- If you're in the U.S. - please vote today!!!

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