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FootprintWire 11.7.12

Today’s green news: a ‘growing’ playground structure is introduced to Vienna’s museum quarter

US-based building directory Honest Buildings is set to bring a ‘TripAdvisor-like’ green building catalogue to the UK, on Business Green.

MP’s push for clear targets to conserve water, as outlined in the Water White Paper, in The Independent.

Protecting UK properties from flooding is set to cost the Government at least £860m by 2015 warn climate change advisors, in The Guardian.

And finally…PPAG, Simon Oberhammer and Stephanie Mayer collaborate to create ‘Kagome’, a living playground structure within the museum quarter of Vienna, Austria, on Designboom.

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