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FootprintWire 10.01.13

Today’s green news: MIT Media Lab’s WristQue detects the humidity and temperature of a space and adjusts controls accordingly

Ministers conflict over planned hydroelectric barrage in the Bristol Channel, in The Telegraph.

George Monbiot asks whether Australia’s heatwave will affect their climate change politics, in The Guardian.

Government invests in bioenergy development, here.

And finally… MIT Media Lab develop wrist bands that automatically control the temperature and lighting of a room, on Wired.

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