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FootprintWire 07.01.13

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Today’s green news: Does biomimicry offer the answer to climate resilient architecture?

Upfront costs of Green Deal discouraging consumers, in The Guardian.

Southern Water to produce renewable energy from biogas captured during water treatment process, here.

Scientists fear ice sheets melting faster than predicted, in The Independent.

And finally… Architects are increasingly using biomimicry to design for areas hit by natural disaster, in The New York Times.

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