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FootprintWire 28.8.12

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Today’s green news: Reduce, Re-use, Recycle: German pavilion at the 2012 Venice Biennale

Local authorities under increasing pressure to sell 1.6m acres of UK greenbelt to developers in a bid to ‘revive the economy’ in The Independent.

Research by Global Food Security Programme shows that the majority of the UK population believes that food security affects only developing countries, on NERC.

Greenpeace activists occupy Russian oil rig to condemn Arctic oil drilling, in The Guardian.

And finally… Venice Biennale 2012’s German pavilion, Architecture as a Resource, explores concepts of reduction, re-use and recycling, on DesignBoom.


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