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FootprintWire 04.10.12

Today’s green news: Trong Nghia Architects win WAF schools category with passive solar school in Vietnam

Approximately 90% of supply chain and expertise in £1.5 billion London Array is not British, in The Guardian.

Interview with RTKL’s newly-appointed Chief Sustainability Officer Lance Hosey, on Metropolis.

BBM Architects to build house completely from waste on University of Brighton’s campus, in The Guardian.

And finally…Passive solar and naturally ventilated Binh Duong School wins schools category award at WAF 2012, here.

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