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Neil Chambers (born September 5, 1974 in the United States) is an American designer, writer, blogger and green building expert. He heads the green design and consulting company Chambers Design, Inc which was founded in 2005. In 2002, Chambers co-founded Green Ground Zero to advocate for the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan to be green in the aftermath of the terrorist's attack of September 11, 2001. Chambers work centers on exploring and implementing ways to integrate and interconnect ecologyFebruary 2009, Oysters get move-in aid in Myrtle Beach, Lorena Anderson, The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, SC. with buildings and infrastructure.April 2006, Built Green: An Interview with “Green” Designer Neil Chambers, Rachel Postman, Guernica Magazine, New York, NY. Chambers has a growing media presence, both in traditional media and the blogosphere, where his blogs for, which is owned by Discovery, has an active following of 8 million readers where he writes about design, architecture, fashion and infrastructure. He is the author of the book entitled Urban Green: Architecture for the Future. He has also been featured in Architectural Record,September 2003, Competition Encourages Environmentally-Friendly Development in Lower Manhattan, Deborah Snoonian, P.E., Architectural Record, New York, NY. The Sun News, BBC News,September 2004, the Greening of Ground Zero, by Ben Sutherland, BBC News Online, Barcelona, Spain. NY1, and Guernica Magazine.

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by Banks, Joseph, 1743-1820
London : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed in the USA by World Scientific Pub., c2000
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