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A solar-powered health clinic traveling on a camel. Windmills on Bangladesh tut-tuts recharges cell phones. Military bases converted to civic spaces. A community center outside Rio drives out drug dealers. "Sustainability is a matter of survival," said Cameron Sinclair about Architecture for Humanity 's 400-some projects in 40 countries including post-traumatic locations from Haiti to Japan. Opening the 6th Sustainable Operations Summit , recently held in Pasadena, California, he dazzled the crowd with descriptions of Plastiki's mission and Biloxi housing. Other keynotes by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and David Suzuki continued the inspiration, as well as impressive presentations like the net-zero

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