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FootprintWire 19.4.12

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Today’s green news: Scott Brownrigg to design zero-carbon headquarters for CABI

UK Energy Research Council raises doubts for carbon capture in UK, in The Guardian.

Forecasters predict coldest May in 100 years, in The Telegraph.

DECC urged to delay subsidy cuts after solar market crash, via businessgreen.com.

And finally…Scott Brownrigg to design zero-carbon headquarters for Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International (CABI) in Oxfordshire, read more on AJ.

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