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FootprintWire 28.11.12

Today’s green news: Human heartbeat generates electricity

DCLG launches £300 million fund to bring derelict properties back into use.

Methane release from thawing permafrost poses climate threat, according to UN Environment Programme, in The | Guardian.

American university researchers find that marine algae from ocean water is viable for sustainable biofuel production,on The Engineer.

And finally…new research suggests energy harvested from body movements could help mitigate climate change, in The Guardian.

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