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FootprintWire 04.01.13

Today’s green news: Pilot project for climate resilient architecture creates floating pavilion homes

A committee of MPs warns against planned compensation scheme for energy intensive industries, in The Guardian.

Researchers at Southampton’s National Oceanography Centre finds a link between CO2 concentrations and sea levels, here.

London Mayor Boris Johnson commits to plant an additional 10,000 trees across London by March 2013, here.

And finally… Dutch-based PublicDomain Architects design a floating pavilion prototyping sea level change resilient housing, on Clean Technica.

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