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"Sustainable Development vs Historic Preservation" Is A False Dichotomy

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:06 AM
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French Quarter, New Orleans. Image Credit Wikipedia Commons Over at Triple Pundit, Royce DuBiner of the Sturm College of Law discusses the issue of preservation and energy conservation. He writes: One inevitably wonders why we are building new "green" structures when we could just use the ones we already have. Reusing an old water bottle instead of buying a new one is a great idea. Why not reuse the old building instead of building a new one? He discusses a battle over the installation of solar panels on a house in the French Quarter of New Orleans, describing the challenge of finding the balance between preservation and green. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger




 

 


 

 

 
 
 
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