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FootprintWire.10.4.12

Today’s green news: NewSchool of Architecture and Design [NSAD] students to exhibit proposals for urban food gardens

Bright Farms announce plans to develop 100,000 sq ft roof-top farm in Brooklyn, in The New York Times.

Verderg energy firm to generate electricity in estuaries and at sea in 26,000 locations in England and Wales, identified by the EA, in The Telegraph.

NASA Scientist, Professor Jim Hansen to call for worldwide tax on all carbon emissions, in The Guardian.

And finally… NewSchool of Architecture and Design [NSAD] students to exhibit proposals for urban food gardens.

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