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FootprintWire 3.12.12

Today’s green news: ZGF Architects designed LEED gold office building in the USA

Row over carbon credits threatens Doha climate talks, in The Guardian.

UK government outlines plans to tackle global deforestation, here.

Designers develop window system for deeper sunlight penetration into offices, on The Engineer.

And finally… ZGF Architects’ LEED Gold headquarters for the U.S Army Corp of Engineers features a central atrium allowing 90 per cent of the building to be naturally day lit.

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