Glass Farm: MVRDV’s Modern Glass Building is Printed With a Traditional Farmhouse Facade

January 17, 2013 by  
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Vilamarina Housing Complex Faces a Self-Irrigating Park Outside of Barcelona

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Rising Sea Levels Threaten to Drown Some of the World’s Most-Loved Beaches

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As sea levels rise , beaches are the first things to go as waters engulf the lowest-lying land. But a recent study by Andrew Cooper, Professor of Coastal Studies, indicates that beaches naturally adapt to survive rising oceans – the real problem is that human development limits the ability of beaches to expand. Read the rest of Rising Sea Levels Threaten to Drown Some of the World’s Most-Loved Beaches Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: climate change beaches , Climate Change impacts , drowning beaches , global warming ocean levels , Iconic Beaches Drowned Rising Sea Levels , Professor Andrew Cooper , School of Environmental Studies , University of Ulster Environmental Studies

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