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FootprintWire 17.7.12

Today’s green news: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects’ Yale NUS College in Singapore targets highest Green Mark rating

Experts warn Olympic athletes could be impaired by London summer smogs, in The Guardian.

EFRA urges recognition of ‘natural capital’, raising prospect of businesses paying for ecosystem services, on BusinessGreen.

1 Liter of Light’ project reappropriates plastic bottles to illuminate thousands of Filipino homes, on InHabitat.

And finally…Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects’ Yale NUS College aims for the highest sustainability rating under Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority’s Green Mark on World Architecture News.

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