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FootprintWire 28.09.12

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Today’s green news: Homes damaged by flooding may face demolition

Shaun Kingsbury named chief executive of UK Green Investment Bank, on EnergyEfficiencyNews.

Historic Scotland upgrade plan for traditional building fabric to reduce carbon emissions, on Historic Scotland.

Biodegradable electronics technology creates water soluble devices reducing waste, on Science Daily.

And finally… Damage caused by flooding in the North could lead to demolition of homes, in The Guardian.

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