Top architects declare 'climate emergency'

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Bloomberg's London building is one of the most sustainable offices ever built | Credit: Foster + Partners
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Winners of prestigious RIBA Stirling prize promise to design more climate-friendly buildings

Some of the UK's most prestigious architecture firms have declared a 'climate and biodiversity emergency', committing to shift their practices in response to focus on creating greener buildings. The...

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