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Glimpse tomorrow's London at this year's Green Sky Thinking Week

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This year’s Green Sky Thinking programme is stronger than ever, says Hattie Hartman

The London skyline

Are London’s towers sustainable?

By Chris Twinn

Towers are difficult to justify environmentally, socially or economically, so why keep building them? asks Chris Twinn

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Build bridges, not trumpet worn-out stereotypes

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Shuttleworth is right to celebrate building services engineers, but why trash architects? asks Hattie Hartman

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New certification system quantifies health and wellness credentials

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The case for including green design credentials within new projects should give architects additional leverage with clients, writes Hattie Hartman

Heatherwick\'s Garden Bridge

The Garden Bridge is not London's answer to the New York High Line

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Promoting the Garden Bridge as London’s answer to the New York High Line is spurious, writes Hattie Hartman

US embassy

Join us at the Royal College of Physicians for the second AJ Footprint Live conference

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The AJ’s second annual Footprint Live conference, will take place on November 20 at the Royal College of Physicians, writes Hattie Hartman

LSE

The greening of the Stirling

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Over the past two decades the Stirling Prize has slowly begun to recognise sustainability, writes Hattie Hartman

Office

The UK-GBC’s new report argues the business case for better offices

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Every architect intuitively knows that better offices make for happier, more productive workers, writes Hattie Hartman

water

Walthamstow Wetlands sets an exemplary precedent for legacy projects at the Olympic fringe

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Thames Water’s project is a shining example of that great rarity: joined-up thinking, writes Hattie Hartman

Bio-bean – introduced me to the idea of creating circular, closed-loop systems within buildings

Architecture school turned me into a green entrepreneur

By Arthur Kay

Architects are good at connecting dots. They are rarely specialists, instead they cross-pollinate ideas from the arts and sciences, writes Arthur Kay

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