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FootprintWire 15.04.13

Today’s green news: Vietnamese architects propose cheap and sustainable bamboo houses

University of Glasgow pioneers use of photosynthesis to provide green energy, here.

Government grants planning permission to airport expansion near Dungeness nuclear site, in The Guardian.

Wind farms face fresh wave of opposition from Tory backbenchers, in The Telegraph.

And finally… Vietnam-based H&P Architects design low cost, naturally ventilated flood resilient housing for Vietnam, on Earth Techling.

 

 

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