Sustainability is a key issue. As governments worldwide come under pressure to deliver a healthier environment, they are starting to legislate for architects to produce greener design. This title will provide a vital overview for those looking for an introduction to green architecture on an international level. As well as including projects, the title will provide an essential outline of the green movement and the influence of key practitioners and thinkers upon architectural practice worldwide.
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