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FootprintWire 23.4.12

Today’s green news: Haugen/Zohar construct ‘Cave for Children’ in Norway using 1.5 tonnes of pre-industrial waste

Southern African countries collaborate on plans for climate research centre, in The Guardian.

Philips design LED lightbulb to last for 20 years, on BBC.

New source of methane identified by scientists over areas of melted ice in Artic, in The Independent.

And finally…Haugen/Zohar construct ‘Cave for Children’ in Norway using 1.5 tonnes of pre-industrial waste.

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