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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zonesHow can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.
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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zonesHow can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.
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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zonesHow can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.
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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zonesHow can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.
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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zonesHow can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.
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Oases of cool: Creating urban chill-out zones

How can architects and planners keep city dwellers comfortable as global warming bites? We could learn a thing or two from old buildings in the Middle East, which are built to capture cooling breezes. And in the future, new designs could allow shoppers in hot climates to chill out in the dappled shade of an artificial forest or in cold air flowing off a downtown glacier.

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