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Zero, not horse manure!

3 May 2005
Zero? Schmero! It's already here, says British architect Bill Dunster in the latest article in this debate on the politics of climate change.

As they used to say: the future is already here, it's just not evenly spread out.

With Bill's help and yours, openDemocracy can build the Future City. Join the forum with your ideas, and don't believe those who say it's just a load of horsexxxx. They're talking xxxxocks.

And if zero carbon seems a step to far, at least to begin with, check out the Kyoto World Cities 2020 challenge.

Caspar Henderson

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