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Today's News - Thursday, February 21, 2008

Bad green news for U.K.: "government apathy" sabotaging low-carbon building efforts. -- National Trust and developers' study says British green housing plans will fail without more regulation. -- Good green news (we hope) for China as two cities adopt WFF Low Carbon City Initiative. -- Architecture students take up the challenge for Navajo reservation and a Ugandan village. -- If it hadn't been named Capital of Culture, would Liverpool's regeneration happen anyway? -- Hawthorne muses on the important role architecture plays in this year's Oscar-nominated flicks. -- High notes and low notes for Piano (we're tired of the word play): he wins a seafront cultural complex in Athens; but LACMA still taking hits. -- Struggle to save its Route 66 landmarks. -- Sparks flying all over Edinburgh: city saves a 1980s "flawed masterpiece" (for now, anyway). -- Will a towering hotel spoil the city's skyline? -- Caltongate architect strikes back at nay-sayers who show "a real ignorance of the city" (how to win friends and influence people?). -- Not much hope for stained glass masterpiece at JFK. -- Ending on a higher note: take flight with first aerial footage of Burj Dubai.

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