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Harvard's planned science center, to comprise four buildings in the Allston section of Boston, may become a model of environmental responsibility, according to this article in the New York Times. In an agreement with the state, the Harvard science center "will cut [greenhouse gas] emissions 50 percent below the levels required by the national standard," the article says.

 

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