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FootprintWire 3.7.12

Today’s green news: Japanese architects’ cross-braced cedar house in Osaka

New energy-saving law passed allows up to £10,000 loans for UK homeowners to retrofit insulation, in The Guardian.

RIBA say Localism Act’s ‘neighbourhood plans’ will do little for local communities without the right engagement and education, in The Telegraph.

US energy giant Southern Company partner with Turner Renewable Energy to for major new solar project in Nevada, on BusinessGreen.

And finally…Japanese architects Suga Atelier’s two storey ‘House of Cedar’ in Osaka features a cross-bracing cedar structure, on Dezeen.

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