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FootprintWire 21.12.12

Today’s green news: A Saudi Arabian spa development uses a facade of perforated titanium panels to reduce the need for artifical lighting and provide passive cooling

Industry welcomes government support for biomass over large scale solar, here.

London Mayor Boris Johnson urges Londoners to recycle over the Christmas period, here.

Ecologists study forests and climate through digital photography, here.

And finally… Phoenix-based WorksBureau have designed a Saudi Arabian spa which features a tesselated solar sensitive facade for passive cooling, on EarthTechling.

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