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FootprintWire 5.9.12

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Today’s green news: Parisian architects develop adaptable support for growing indoor plants

Green groups express concern as Owen Paterson promoted to environment secretary, on BBC News.

Green Investment Bank flagship scheme launching in October to commit £3bn to environmental firms, in The Independent.

Swedish social enterprise Plantagon’s 54m high vertical greenhouse now on site, on BusinessGreen.

And finally… Parisian architects h20 develop ‘The Tumbleweed Project’ - an adaptable support for growing indoor plants, on h2o.


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