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Footprint Wire 24.09.12

Today’s green news: New ecological park to provide green lung for Mexico City

Mecca to become first city in Saudi Arabia to produce electricity from renewables with a utility-scale plant, on Bloomberg.

New research by the New York Times shows that data centres waste up to 90 per cent of electricity, in The New York Times.

Fisheries destroyed by climate change could cause global food insecurity, in The Guardian.

And finally…Architect Iñaki Echeverria’s Texcoco Lake Ecological Park project in Mexico City Valley includes renewables, cycle paths and reforestation, on Parque Texcoco.

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