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FootprintWire 2.7.12

Today’s green news: London shop reuses floorboards and scaffold for display shelves

Britain’s levels of green energy, generated from wind, solar and tidal energy, grow a third over the last year, in The Independent.

Campaigners claim global companies are using the Olympics to ‘greenwash’ their reputation, in The Guardian.

Study by Cardiff University shows water quality of urban rivers throughout England and Wales has dramatically improved over the last 20 years. 

And finally…north London shop Folklore matches ethos with fit-out, reusing old floorboards and scaffolding for shelving, on Dezeen.

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