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FootprintWire 15.5.12

Today’s green news: ‘Bamboo masonry’ stand at Vietnam Architecture Exhibition 2012 in Hanoi in April

WWF-UK’s latest Living Planet index lists top five countries with largest carbon footprint per capita as Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Denmark and America, with UK ranking 27.

Siemens wind turbine plant in Hull approved for planning, on Business Green.

CleanCarCalculator, a web tool by University of California students, enables comparison of different fuel-efficient vehicles, in The New York Times.

And finally … bamboo ‘log cabin’ stand at Vietnam Architecture Exhibition 2012 in Hanoi by architects Vo Trong Nghia, Masaaki Iwamoto, Takashi Niwa, and Kosuke Nishijima, on ArchDaily.

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