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    A Feel-Good Trip

    Shrinking carbon footprints is all the rage these days. The Nautilus Eco-Resort project in Palawan, the Philippines aims to avoid one altogether. Proposed by architect Vincent Callebaut in September…

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    Intelligent design

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Today's communities are using more electrical power than ever before, causing frequent blackouts and breakdowns in the trusted systems that electrical utilities worldwide have long relied on.…

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    Serious conditioning

    By Danko, Jenn In two years, the city of London will host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. To realize this major, especially in the wake of the recent global economic downturn, the project team--known as the 2012…

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    A breath of fresh air

    One way organizations are realizing ambitious sustainability goals is to adopt an alternative energy source. This article discusses how technology leader HP is now reducing its electricity use by…

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    Road to success

    By Fairweather, Virginia It is a rare roadworks project that improves vehicle circulation, generates private revenues, and provides environmentally friendly solutions. But these are the accomplishments achieved by the team…

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    No time to delay

    By Regos, Nick Every day, it seems as if a new headline appears about a devastating hurricane, tsunami or other powerful natural disaster, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts that in the…

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    Turning green into gold

    By Jones, Tegan In response to the negative connotations associated with pollution, corporations worldwide are constructing sustainable headquarters to convey environmentally friendly and innovative-minded personas…

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    Power trip

    By Wheatley, Malcolm The Range Rover 4x4 is one of the most coveted vehicles in the world. Respected for its luxury, it is also renowned for its high carbon emissions and gasoline consumption. This article examines how…

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    Staying power

    By Zoninsein, Manuela S. This article discusses a 550 million megaproject plan by a Finnish oil company to launch a biodiesel refinery project in Singapore. The plan consisted of designing and constructing a renewable…

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    Light bright

    By Fister Gale, Sarah When buildings are repurposed, the owners often want structural changes that reflect the new tenant. This article overviews how Murtinho+Raby Architects (Santiago, Chile) added colorful glass panels…