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FootprintWire 1.8.12

Today’s green news: Bartlett student reimagines London’s square mile

India experiences power cuts as supply fails to meet growing demand, leaving 700 million without electricity, in The Guardian.

ERDF and Coventry University’s £5 million Sustainable Building Futures Project engages with West Midlands SMEs providing specialist advice and demonstrations of renewable technology..

DEFRA launches call for evidence on proposal to legally restrict UK’s annual 4.2 million tonnes of wood waste being sent to landfill, on BusinessGreen.

And finally…Bartlett student Dave Edwards proposes a self-sustaining conceptual tower for London’s square mile, as a collaboration withUniversity of Newcastle researchers..


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