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FootprintWire 6.9.12

Today’s green news: Buro Happold / Kengo Kuma landscape design for Danish museum

Relaxation of UK planning policy to encourage large domestic extensions in an attempt to boost the economy, in AJ.

Boris Johnson to lead opposition as Government U-turn reignites Heathrow runway debate, on BusinessGreen.

China’s latest crackdown on air quality sees car ownership regulation for third largest city, in New York Times.

And finally… Buro Happold joins forces with Kengo Kuma in Danish Natural History museum proposal, presenting a symbiosis of landscape and museum, on Natural History Museum.


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