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FootprintWire 23.8.12

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Today’s green news: Korean ‘Louver Haus’ features a full-height manually-operated timber facade

Birmingham engineering students build UK’s first prototype hydrogen-powered locomotive, on University of Birmingham.

DECC-commissioned surveys reveal 51% of UK householders still unaware of smart meters, despite nation-wide installation plans by 2019, in The Guardian.

Carbon Trust first to be accredited by the British Standards Institute’s new carbon footprinting standard, on BusinessGreen.


And finally…Smart Architecture’s 400m2 ‘Louver Haus’ in South Korea features a full-height manually-operated louvre facade made of Japanese cedar, on Dezeen.

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