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FootprintWire 18.5.12

Today’s Green News: Fabrikaat construct new habitats for endangered birds in standard brick wall

Kent’s Romney Marsh, set to become future nuclear waste dump, in The Independent.

Ed Davey, energy and climate change secretary, launched report showing the UK’s sensitivity to oil and gas price shocks could be reduced by using low-carbon forms of electricity generation.

Apple plan to power main data centre entirely with renewable energy by the end of this year, in The Guardian.

And finally… Fabrikaat construct new habitats for endangered birds in standard brick wall.

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