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FootprintWire 01.02.13

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Today’s green news: African Konza Technology City masterplan by SHoP Architects enters first phase

Environmental case for HS2 lacking credibility, in The Guardian.

Government criticised on flood risk management, in Business Green.

Business Council for Sustainable Energy report claims American carbon emissions fell by 13 per cent in past five years, here.

And finally… Kenyan ‘Silicon Savannah’ masterplan, by SHoP Architects, offsets loss of grassland with 300,000m² of urban parks, on Dezeen.

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