Wastewater often used in urban agriculture: study

Wastewater is widely used to irrigate urban agricultural land in developing countries, a practice that has both advantages and disadvantages, a 53-city study presented at a water conference in Stockholm showed Monday.

SOURCE: Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan – Wastewater often used in urban agriculture: study.

Urban farms grow as cities seek safe, cheap food – Forbes.com

City folks also are relearning how delicious homegrown food can be.

read more of this article @ the SOURCE: Forbes.com – Urban farms grow as cities seek safe, cheap food

Olympic architecture is a burden after the games end

In a July interview with Der Spiegel, celebrated Olympic architect Jacques Herzog defended his decision to accept a signature commission from China, despite the nation’s abysmal record on human rights. The headline said enough: “Only an idiot would have said no.” Given the reception that Herzog’s Bird’s Nest has received -

Read more @ the SOURCE: Guardian.co.uk – Kriston Capps: Olympic architecture is a burden after the games end

Creating Landscapes That Balance Beauty and Sustainability – NYTimes.com

The NYTimes gives a good overview working with clients on designing sustainable residential landscapes.

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Aedas Ltd in 2008: Expanding Horizons, Strong Growth

Aedas Hong Kong — the Asia-
Pacific headquarters of the global Aedas Group – today offers an overview of its ongoing expansion and growing strength in terms of both market position and expertise across a broad spectrum of architecture and design sectors.

The mainland China market has contributed substantially to Aedas Asia’s overall growth. New commissions in the region include a major mixed-use development in Pa Zhou, Wuxi Times Square, and the Shenyang IFC.

SOURCE: Aedas Ltd in 2008: Expanding Horizons, Strong Growth.

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