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FootprintWire 16.05.13

Today’s green news: Dutch city develops a strategy for delivering sustainable self build homes

Meta survey of peer reviewed climate change studies show overwhelming consensus that it is caused by people, on Skeptical Science.

Research shows London boroughs make up 23 of the 25 lowest ranking local authorities for solar installations in the UK, on Business Green.

Technology Strategy Board’s 2013/2014 Delivery Plan, published today, targets £71 million for renewable energy and built environment research. 

And finally… The Dutch city of Nijmegen is exploring system building to encourage architect designed affordable homes that are sustainable and adaptable, in The Guardian.

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