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FootprintWire 02.01.13

Today’s green news: Artist creates art installation from recycled Christmas trees in New York

Energy policy blamed for insulation industry job losses, in The Guardian.

Research finds Antarctic temperatures are rising twice as fast as believed, in The Independent.

Trial measuring benefits of green roofs on London office buildings begins, on BusinessGreen.

And finally… Artist Michael Neff creates artwork using recycled Christmas trees as air fresheners beneath a New York expressway, here.

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