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FootprintWire 06.06.13

Today’s green news: NASA Sustainability Base exceeds LEED Platinum

Secretary of State for Climate Change Ed Davey launches call for evidence to promote community energy projects, in The Guardian.

Mayor offers London schools pay-as-you-save loans for energy efficient improvements, on Business Green.

TED talk on how technology can be used to save energy through behaviour change, here.

And finally…William McDonough + Partners have designed offices for NASA in California that generate all the energy they need on site and use 90 per cent less water than a comparable building.

 

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