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FootprintWire 24.8.12

Today’s green news: St James’ Park re-imagined after 2050 energy war

Nanocrystalline cellulose (wood pulp) set to become a $600 billion industry by 2020 and could replace metal and plastics, on New Scientist | . |

NSIDC scientists reveal Arctic melt is 50% greater than predicted, with ice covering set to reach a record low, in The Independent.

Examples of green infrastructure are multiplying in cities across the world, on Yale Environment 360.

 

And finally…UCL graduate Ned Scott’s project ‘The War Rooms’ imagines a future in which the UK’s energy supply has been cut following a 2050 resource war, on Dezeen.

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