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FootprintWire 02.10.12

Today’s green news: Wooden geodesic dome produced from locally sourced timber

Major DIY retailers fail to sign up to Green Deal, in The Guardian.

Waste to energy power plant receives planning permission in Northwich, on DECC.

Capacity of plants to act as a carbon sink set to be less than originally thought, on Nature.

And finally…Canadian architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen design a recycled wood geodesic dome for People’s Meeting, on Frameweb.

 

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