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FootprintWire 27.6.12

Today’s green news: Portuguese architect’s solar-powered cork shelter

Environmentalists welcome withdrawal of plans for Ayshire Power’s carbon-capture coal-fired power station, in The Guardian.

The National Trust launch £1.2 million appeal to protect Dover’s cliffs from development, on BBC.

Carbon Trust join with Savills to tackle energy efficiency in commercial sector.

And finally…Portuguese architect Gabriela Gomes designs solar-powered shelter made of cork, on Designboom.

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