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FootprintWire 8.5.12

Today’s green news: Norwegian practice stein hamre arkitektkontor design hydraulic power stations

DECC announce UK Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker to lead a UK business trade mission to US to move towards a low-carbon economy trade relationship.

Water companies not required to reduce leaks before 2015, despite worst drought it 25 years, in The Guardian.

Wood for Good launch ‘Wood First’ campaign which calls for local authority guidance prioritising use of timber as primary construction material in all public newbuild and refurbishment projects.

Government want 10 new reactors built over the next few years as part of carbon management strategy, in The Guardian.

And finally… Stein hamre arkitektkontor design hydraulic power stations in northern Norway as visitor attraction.

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