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by PopMatters Staff
by Witold Rybczynski
The Atlantic (October 2009)

“Nowhere has the greening message had a bigger impact than in the building industry. Green or sustainable architecture is all the rage—as well it should be, because buildings use a lot of energy. The construction and operation of residential and commercial buildings consume as much as 40 percent of the energy used in the United States today.” (suggested by Dominic Umile)


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