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FootprintWire 14.06.13

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Today’s green news: C.F. Moller propose a 34-storey timber tower for Stockholm

UK Green Building Council call for all homes to be zero-carbon by 2016, here.

Tar Sands protestors scale Houses of Parliament roof to oppose Canadian PM visit, in The Guardian.

University of Reading and Royal Horticultural Society create grass-free lawn that is robust, low maintenance and more biodiverse than monocultural grass, in The Telegraph.

And finally… C.F. Møller propose a solar-powered cross-laminated timber residential tower with a concrete core for Stockholm, on Inhabitat.


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