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On Nov 9, 2007, at 9:27 PM, erik gibbs wrote:

What are your thoughts on sustainable structural engineering/ building and or what companies implement this design method?
We live in a wasteful way because we've always had more than enough of everything. As we run out of things that'll start to change. If we do it right it's an enormous business opportunity. Or we can go on kidding ourselves that we can do things in the same old way and end up battling each other for the right to strip mine Yosemite while we strangle on our own garbage.

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