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FootprintWire 30.03.12

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Cal Poly State University architecture students use 80,000 square feet of plastic sheeting to form a supporting structure.

Kiln launch ‘The Carbon Map’. An animated cartogram tool to explore responsibility for climate change.

Japan prepare to bolt turbines onto barges and build the world’s largest commercial floating power plant.

DECC release UK energy statistics showing overall hydro and wind generation to be 55½% higher than in 2010.

And finally…Cal Poly State University architecture students use 80,000 square feet of plastic sheeting to form a supporting structure.

 

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