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FootprintWire 10.9.12

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Today’s green news: Wayward Plants’ Helsinki Plant Tram

Low income households to benefit from £100 million WarmFront scheme this winter, funding insulation and draughtproofing, on DECC.

European Commission to investigate ‘unfair’ Chinese PV prices, following reports that 20 solar EU manufacturers pushed out of business in 2012, on Energy Efficiency News.

Scottish government approves 30MW Stornoway wind farm with 36 turbines, on BusinessGreen.

And finally… London landscape practice Wayward Plants collaborate with British Council to construct participatory urban garden in Helsinki, on Helsinki Plant Tram.

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