A Prayer from Masaru Emoto.

What to Do,
Whereever you are:
Let's send our Love and Thanks to all the water on Earth.
You can use the following three-line prayer.
"Water, We Love You."
"Water, We Thank You."
"Water, We Respect You."
Then, just visualize for a few minutes that all the water on Earth is filled with beautiful golden/silver light of Love and Thanks that is flowing from the hearts of each and every one of us.

Eco-designs on future cities
By Jo Twist

Cover-up: toxic waters 'will make New Orleans unsafe for a decade
By Geoffrey Lean

Reviving a City: The Design Perspective
By Robin Pogrebin

Dreaming A New New Orleans, Version 1
By Alan AtKisson

Bullish on the Big Easy
By Andy Serwer

Resurrect New Orleans: A Better City Is Possible
By Van Jones

China Builds Its Dreams, and Some Fear a Bubble
By David Barboza

"The building boom is a principal reason that China is searching around the world for energy and natural resources: it needs the raw material to build new cities, and the energy to power them. That is helping drive up world commodity prices and threatening global environmental damage."

Neutopia's comment: If China doesn't develop an alternative vision to housing and continues to build unsustainably to catch up with the West, then we have little future as the hungry dragon devours the world's ecology. Arcology New Orleans could give China a new model of development.

Green Dreams in Shangri-la
By Thomas Friedman

Press release
Arup unveils plans for world’s first sustainable city in Dongtan, China
Release date: 24/08/2005

Rev. Jesse Jackson Pushes Housing Relief

Gulf Coast: A Vision to Revive, Not Repeat
By Robin Pogrebin

This Time, Let's Build a New Venice and Not Another New Orleans
William Irwin Thompson

How Should We Rebuild New Orleans?
Patrick Doherty

British to help China build 'eco-cities'
Frank Kane

New Orleans Drowning All Illusions
Mike Davis

Rebuilding New Orleans: Twenty Big Ideas and a Postscript
By Gary Esolen and Valeri LeBlanc

New Orleans Is Still Grappling With the Basics of Rebuilding
By Jennifer Steinhauer

The Slow Drowning of New Orleans
By Michael Grunwald and Susan B. Glasser

A Bold Plan for New Orleans
From the Editors - Environmental Building News October 2005

Report endorses massive coastal restoration plan
By Mark Schleifstein

Designing the Future
Newsweek Interviews architect William McDonough

In China, Wholesale Urban Flight
by David Barboza

Bahia Ecocity

All Parts of New Orleans Included in Rebuilding Plan
by Gary Rivlin

The Rise of the Ecocity
By Fiona Harvey

British firm designs Chinese Manhattan
by Dominic O'Connell

Arcosanti and Ecocity
by Jeff Buderer



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