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FootprintWire 09.01.13

Today’s green news: Bamboo and recycled materials used to construct low-impact eco school in Thailand by 24H Architecture

UK contributes £10million to develop EU bioenergy projects, here.

Former MOD barracks to be converted into eco-town with 4,000 carbon-neutral homes, here.

Report finds mass cultivation of trees for biofuel can threaten air quality, in Nature.

And finally… Dutch-based 24H Architecture design low-impact school in Thailand from bamboo, in DesignBoom.

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