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Today's News - March 1, 2007

Rybczynski revisits Seaside 25 years later and finds its influence "both profound and trivial." -- London wants to be the greenest city on earth. -- Meanwhile, an olympic leap in London's Olympic budget (and hopes to control public relations damage). -- Vancouver's Olympic Village will become an "environmentally sustainable community." -- Could the UAE's construction industry be next in line for a green makeover? -- A "luxury" labor camp in Dubai (and more to follow - does this signal a new real estate niche?). -- The first national monument to slavery slated for Philadelphia's Independence Mall. -- A "showdown" looms over Toronto's waterfront regeneration. -- GreeN.O. LA: a prototype to showcase affordable, environmentally friendly housing in New Orleans. -- Affordable housing in Chicago is a "stigma smasher." -- A first look at BBC's waterfront Media City in Salford. -- America's favorite architecture picks should be a wake-up call to AIA for "stacking the deck against the public's tastes." -- A Glasgow firm goes co-op. -- British Council for Offices conference lands in New York in May. -- Structures for Inclusion 7 conference to include design/build solutions to disaster relief.

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