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FootprintWire 30.01.13

Today’s green news: LEED-gold certified high rise development in China by Steven Holl Architects completes

China’s energy consumption continues to grow, burning as much coal as the rest of the world combined, here.

Cumbrian councils set to decide on Lake District nuclear waste storage sites, in The Guardian.

Scotland invests in offshore wind energy to meet 2030 decarbonisation targets, on Business Green.

And finally… Steven Holl Architects’ Sliced Porosity in China uses 468 geothermal wells, recycled greywater, and energy efficient equipment for high rise development, here.

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