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FootprintWire 26.09.12

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Today’s green news: French Canopea House leads the 2012 Solar Decathlon

Global economy affected by climate change as 1° C rise in temperature reduces productivity by 10%, in The Guardian.

Local farmers and British market traditions benefit from Government’s call to ‘Buy British’, on DECC.

Methane leakage from Arctic seafloor not caused by humans, according to Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, on Science Daily.

And finally…Team Rhône-Alpes’s louvered Canopea House leads 2012 Solar Decathlon competition, on Earth Techling.

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