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FootprintWire 14.9.12

Today’s green news: British artist Morag Myerscough’s pop-up Movement Cafe now open in Greenwich

Arup’s ‘bio-adaptive façade’ to be exhibited at the International Building Exhibition in Hamburg, on Arup.

World Green Building Council launch global survey to investigate international construction trends, on UK Green Building Council.

Researchers suggest Arctic sea ice melt will lead to harsh and unexpected winter weather, in The Guardian.

And finally… British artist Morag Myerscough’s Movement Café, a temporary dining and performance space in Greenwich is now open to the public, on Movement Café.

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