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FootprintWire 18.7.12

Today’s green news: AA student Yvonne Weng wins Foster’s prize for sustainability and infrastructure

Green walls could reduce urban air pollution by 30% say scientists, on BusinessGreen.

Renewable energy investments put on hold as row over ROC subsidies delays ministers’ decision until autumn, in The Guardian.

Report reveals 64% rise in UK continental shelf oil drilling activity, on The Engineer.

And finally… Architectural Association student Yvonne Weng wins the 2012 Foster + Partners prize for sustainability and infrastructure with Amazon treetop designs, on Foster + Partners.

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