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Chinese architect speaks of rebuilding, strengthening ties

In an effort to encourage strengthened ties between the University and Tsinghua University’s Urban Planning Design Institute, Hu Jie, the organization’s director who helped in the design of Beijing’s Olympic Forest, spoke to nearly 70 people crowded inside a University lecture room in Fenton Hall about the benefits of incorporating green design into urban landscape projects.

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Sustainable Cities Initiative allows Oregon students to provide fresh ideas to city developers

The Riverfront project is just one of many that the initiative has aided since it began in fall of 2009. Originally a modest effort by three University professors to assist Oregon communities tackle sustainability issues, the initiative has now developed into a nationally recognized, award-winning organization with 20 faculty members and 500 students at any given time.

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University’s environmental law program blends ‘green’ with graduate education

For more than 40 years, the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program at the University’s School of Law has combined six interdisciplinary projects with a rigorous environmental law education curriculum to prepare students to succeed in public-interest work, nonprofit agencies or the public sector.

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