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FootprintWire 20.05.13

Today’s green news: Historic Swiss farm house retrofiitted to meet low energy standard

Renewable Heat Premium Payment set to double as Renewable Heat Incentive faces further delays, here.

Study suggests planet faces drought, storms, floods and heatwaves even if most extreme global warming predictions are not met, in The Guardian.

EU funded InContext project tests whether community engagement can foster sustainable lifestyles, here.

And finally… Swiss practice Savioz Fabrizzi Architects renovate 1814-built farmhouse to meet the Minergie energy standard, on Inhabitat.

 

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