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Today's News - February 22, 2007

What will it take to turn "fashionable" smart growth and sustainability into national policy? -- Cities are developing "walkability" plans. -- All sorts of green stuff going on in Seattle. -- Ouroussoff, once again, questions what's going on with public housing renewal in New Orleans - "a last chance for sanity" and "the role that architecture plays in society." -- Foreign architects in Vietnam creating "an eclectic urban tapestry" - but is it all good? -- York, U.K., searches for its best new buildings (poor architects "condemned to draw up plans for identikit money-making schemes." -- Holyrood seeks "closure" - the fundamental flaw was its "construction management model." -- Asymptote wins big (and tall) in Korea. -- Toronto's Terrence Donnelly Centre "raises the bar" for research centers everywhere. -- Who isn't consulting on Redford's "The Green" show? (well, we could name a few...)

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