Daily digest: Denmark is turning old wind turbine blades into shelters, joint acquisitions could be the future of museums, and more

Good morning and welcome back to the start of a new week, one that marks the last of September. As the leaves change, pumpkins fatten, and cranes rising again, it seems that the design and construction industry is rolling into another pandemic winter with a fair bit of momentum.

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Denmark converts discarded wind turbine blades into bicycle shelters

If wind power is touted as a sustainable step forward for the energy economy, why aren’t windmill blades recycled? The fiberglass fins are intentionally designed to be as strong as possible to withstand hurricanes and extremely long, making them hard to dispose of; a Bloomberg report

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