10 great eco-jobs – Mother Nature Network

Mother Nature Network reports

“Kate Bakewell, Landscape Architect, New York City
Kate Bakewell, who began her career as a film animator, got burnt out on transience in her late 20s. “I wanted to create something more lasting than a 30-second commercial,” she says. So she earned a master’s in landscape architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and worked for several landscape architects before landing at the international firm Hart/Howerton.”

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Brazil Promotes Sustainability with São Paulo Eco-Park – Inhabitat

Inhabitat reports

“Anna Dietzsch, Managing Director of Davis Brody Bond Aedas‘ São Paulo office and Levisky Arquitetos Associados designed a beautiful eco-park on what was once a contaminated brownfield in São Paulo, Brazil.”

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Civic Park’s design has an identity crisis – Los Angeles Times

CHRISTOPHER HAWTHORNE at Los Angeles Times in his critic states

“Mark Rios’ plan to link the Music Center and City Hall with greenery is far-reaching yet uncompelling.”

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Mayors and leaders from world’s leading cities to gather in Abu Dhabi to discuss future of urban living – albawaba.com

albawaba.com reports

“…..high-profile set of municipal leaders will participate in the Mayors Panel of Global City 2009, the two-day international forum scheduled for April 7 – 8 at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi. The Global City 2009 conference, currently in its fourth edition, is taking place in the Middle East for the first time.”

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Empty big boxes not easy to fill | CharlotteObserver.com

Jen Aronoff of CharlotteObserver.com reports

Recent bankruptcies in the USA has opened 900,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

“The International Council of Shopping Centers says an estimated 148,000 stores closed across the country in 2008, the most since 2001, with 73,000 more projected to shut by July”

[SOURCE: CharlotteObserver.com – Empty big boxes not easy to fill]

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