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Today's News - Thursday, May 17, 2007

A very green day: Green market growing exponentially. -- 16 international cities sign up to make buildings energy-efficient - a.k.a. the Clinton Plan. -- CNU's Norquist wants us to live closer together. -- Powell claims "green building" is an oxymoron. -- Though Stanford University's new ecology center is green to it bones, it saw no need to seek "a semi-official stamp of approval" (a.k.a. LEED rating). -- Doors Open Toronto opens doors to stellar green projects. -- Young Chinese architects taking an "increasingly important role in preventing Beijing from becoming just another Western-inspired architectural playground." -- Rybczynski shows off Seattle's best (and worst). -- The struggle to save our diminishing Modernist heritage continues. -- Hume x 2 re: Toronto's waterfront: he hopes for waterfront revitalization, but fears a waterfront handover. -- For sale: 26 acres on Manhattan's Far West Side. -- Dublin architects' office is a breath of fresh air. -- A Prague architect wears many hats. -- Call for entries: 2nd International Advanced Architecture Contest: Self-Sufficient Housing/The Self-Fab House. -- Re:Vision's Re:Volt competition results. -- Congratulations to one our faves: Lisa Rochon of Canada's Globe and Mail has won her second National Newspaper Award for her reporting on architecture and urban issues.

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