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FootprintWire 14.12.12

Today’s green news: Yazdani Studio proposes dynamic solar facade for Seoul office building

Connie Hedegaard’s checklist of what was accomplished in Doha, in The Guardian.

A toungue-in-cheek summary of wind farms vs. fracking, in The Independent.

London designers develop GravityLight by harnessing the power of weight and gravity, here.

And finally…LA-based Yazdani Studio’s dynamic facade uses steel panels which fold in groups of three in response to the sun, in EarthTechling.

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