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FootprintWire 15.8.12

Today’s green news: Jerry Tate joins students to build a treehouse in Dartmoor

EDF claim Olympic torch biofuel technology could have lasting legacy for Rio 2016 despite missing 2012 deadline, on BusinessGreen.

Work commences on the world’s largest energy-from-waste gasification plant in Teesside, on Energy Efficiency News.

California Air Resources Board pioneer public emissions data as Google Earth layer is released revealing California’s main greenhouse gas sources, on CARB.

And finally…Jerry Tate Architects joined students to build a 10m² treehouse inspired by weaver bird’s nest as part of Dartmoor Art Project, in AJ.

 

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