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Seventeen Stirling Prize winners unite to declare climate emergency


Dirk Bruns is on the nail. Nice to imagine "The Tulip" project now being quietly withdrawn in a cloud of acute envarrassment. And almost any other much publicised ego-trip by the rest of the 'initiators' of this surge of quasi-guilt. Some of us have already spent decades designing and building to last centuries rather than decades, in low-tech carbon-sequestering materials. But better late than never; give these 'declaring' people no more publicity in this subject, and follow the students' move to have their educators educated in real sustainability.

Posted date

6 June, 2019

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