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FootprintWire 19.6.12

Today’s green news: Kengo Kuma Associates’ design facade of planters

Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 highlights remaining issues including transport and energy use in final Pre-games Review.

Google Maps to include waterways as part of bid to encourage river and canal use, in The Guardian.

Research by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine shows obesity is straining environment and recommends making cities more cycle and pedestrian friendly, in The Telegraph.

And finally…Kengo Kuma Associates’ employ patchwork of cast aluminium planters on facade of Japanese pharmacy, on Dezeen.

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