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FootprintWire 03.06.13

Today’s green news: Construction is due to start on green skyscraper that will be the world’s tallest building

A lack of targets for grid decarbonisation in today’s Energy Bill debate threatens the green justification for HS2, says Conservative ex-government energy minister Tim Yeo, in The Guardian.

Report finds a twenty times return on EU green business innovation fund, on Business Green.

A company that plans to make paper out of palm oil production waste products seeks investment on Kickstarter.

And finally…Developers claim pre-fabricated 210-storey tower in Changsha, China will be built in 7 months, via Inhabitat.

 

 

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