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FootprintWire 16.01.13

Today’s green news: Konbit Shelter build post disaster ‘superadobe’ homes from biodegradable materials in Haiti

‘Vast majority of UK companies are in support of decarbonisation targets’ says Ed Davey, in The Guardian.

BRE launches National Solar Centre, here.

NASA develops interactive map of rising global surface temperatures, in New Scientist.

And finally… Group of artists, architects, and engineers named Konbit Shelter build adobe homes and community shelters in Haiti rebuild, here.

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