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Today's News - March 8, 2007

New report out on just how much 1987 Montreal Protocol has bought more time for dealing with climate change. -- A Georgia county buys into the 2030 Challenge. -- MIT working on a home you grow on your own. -- Is U.K.'s "craze for mini Manhattans" a sign of confidence or inadequacy? -- Dublin's two-tower "maritime gateway seems to be sailing along. -- Will new U.K. Supreme Court "emerge, like a £30m butterfly" or is it "unnecessary and unwanted?" -- Why "City Hall may be the most detested addition to Dublin." -- Pelli's "incandescent design" for latest addition to Qatar Foundation's Education City. -- Will new downtown Minneapolis stadium sparkle? -- Urban malls are back as "a sort of cleaned-up urbanism." -- A dream home for a maker of doll houses. - Call for entries: Housing for the XXI Century. -- On View: Aalto's "quiet humanity" at the Barbican. -- Mapping out the stories of a shrinking city in Detroit.

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