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FootprintWire 25.6.12

Today’s green news: Park Associati’s prefab, mobile restaurant employs lasercut aluminium solar shading

UK government and National Grid reveal plans for 160ft wind farm pylons cutting through national parks, in The Telegraph.

US Geological Survey reports America’s north-eastern coastline has world’s fastest-rising sea levels, in Nature.

Interactive world map of carbon emissions charts China’s rise to number one emitter, on The Guardian.

And finally…Milan-based Park Associati’s prefabricated, mobile restaurant, The Cube by Electrolux lands in London - laser cut aluminium solar screens and high-performance fabric have maintained internal comfort in multiple climates.

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