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FootprintWire 13.12.12

Today’s green news: Vietnam’s Vo Trong Nghia Architects use bamboo for a cost-effective housing prototype

UK government gives green light for fracking of shale gas, in The Guardian.

Committee on Climate Change releases Energy prices and bills report, here.

University of Dundee awarded £41,000 from Zero Waste Scotland for solar-powered ‘Big Belly’ waste bins, here.

And finally…Vo Trong Nghia Architects use recyclable materials like bamboo, polycarbonate panels and cardboard for low cost housing in Vietnam, in Inhabitat.

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