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FootprintWire 19.12.12

Today’s green news: Eco-tourism chalets in the Sri Lankan rainforest achieve LEED Platinum

Welsh coal museum fits solar panels, in The Guardian.

Energy Bill faces second reading in parliament, here.

Scientists at the University of California develop smart phone air pollution monitors, on ScienceDaily.

And finally… A development of 16 eco chalets in Sri Lanka has achieved LEED Platinum through the use of salvaged and recycled materials, green roofs, and water recycling, on Earth Techling.

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