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FootprintWire 25.01.13

Today’s green news: Chicago’s Green Tech Centre receives LEED platinum certfification for its existing building

EU price of emitting carbon hits all time low, in The Guardian.

Plans to increase infrastructure for electric vehicles could result in an additional 122,000 charging points across the UK, on Business Green.

Protected species are holding up developments across the UK, in The Guardian.

And finally… Chicago’s LEED platinum certified Green Tech Centre features green roofs, photovoltaics, swales, a reflective ‘cool-roof’ and recycled construction materials, here.

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