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FootprintWire 21.5.12

Today’s green news: annular solar eclipse visible from the earth’s northern hemisphere

Environmentalists fear that government’s draft energy bill (published tomorrow) will lead to a new ‘dash for gas’, on BBC.

The Ecological Restoration Alliance plan to restore Britain’s semi-natural grassland and wetlands as part of a global bid to rescue world’s threatened habitats, in The Telegraph.

University of Tokyo release report showing that trillions of tonnes of water have been pumped from deep underground reservoirs across the world, driving up sea levels faster than melting glaciers, in The Guardian.

And finally…On May 20-21, an annular solar eclipse will be visible from a narrow corridor of the earth’s northern hemisphere.

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