South Korea: South Korea unveils completely eco-friendly building

Reuters: South Korea has opened what it says is the ultimate eco-friendly business center, a construction that emits zero carbon and uses only renewable energy, in a project to underline the government's commitment to reduce greenhouse gases. The 2,500 square-meter building, which houses a climate change research center at Incheon near the capital Seoul, was opened last month by the environment ministry at a cost of around $8 million. The ministry's National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER)......

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