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Today's News - Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Some California mayors are falling short in their climate protection pledge (for a lot of different reasons). -- Perhaps AIA's "Walk the Walk" campaign will help. -- Add to the lexicon Designers Accord, a "sort of Kyoto Treaty for design and innovation firms." -- King claps for San Francisco's newest sustainable projects. -- Maas on his affordable houses for New Orleans (and how he met Brad Pitt). -- RAIC reacts to roof plans for Vancouver's Robson Square (still a "secret project" - no images). -- Hume on the "horrorchitecture" of the new Toronto Life Square (Times Square it ain't). -- A call for U.K.'s South West to grow some architectural guts. -- A Liverpool conference to show "architects and urban designers of tomorrow what naked commercialism can do - perhaps more of an example of culture of capital, rather than Capital of Culture." -- Is Liverpool worth visiting for its modern architecture? Yes and no. -- Gallagher enjoys seeing Detroit "reinventing itself once more." -- Using a "threatening little acronym," developers with big bucks taking over where environmentalists and NIMBYists leave off. -- Hunt is horrified over plans for National Museum of British History: "a deranged idea that needs to be strangled at birth." -- UNESCO refutes claims of Gazprom tower u-turn. -- Heathcote finds conversation with AOC "coolly refreshing." -- A Nebraska architect becomes a "strip mall maestro." -- A Boston Richardson saved from demolition. -- The next coolest thing since Christo's The Gates: NYC's East River will flow with ecologically-sensitive waterfalls by Eliasson.

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