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FootprintWire 3.5.12

Today’s green news: Lone Twin’s Boat Project, made out of thousands of wooden objects donated by the public

Papers released under Freedom of Information Act by Clean Air in London show Boris Johnson scrapped congestion zone extension despite evidence of deaths caused by pollution, in The Guardian

House of Lords committee say water bills should rise to combat drought in the future, in The Independent.  

DECC announce that the Government have launched call for evidence to inform a gas generation strategy to deliver route to a low carbon economy.

And finally… Artists Lone Twin’s Boat Project, made out of thousands of wooden objects donated by the public as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. Watch video here.

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