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FootprintWire 3.9.12

Today’s green news: South London architects RDA develop a duo of Passivhaus projects

Environmental groups contest government’s £10bn ‘go for growth’ policy which jeopardises green belt, in The Independent.

Chief scientist issues warning over DECC budget cuts, which threaten development of low-carbon technologies, on BusinessGreen.

Mull of Kintyre to become test bed for tidal technology with £1.4m funding from Scottish government, on The Engineer.

And finally… South-London architects RDA to complete work on Stories Mews Passivhaus, Southwark with Chiswick Passivhaus in the pipeline, on RDA.

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