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FootprintWire 4.4.12

Today’s green news: Luke Jerram’s Aeolus - acoustic wind pavilion, on display in Canary Wharf

Solazyme and Bunge plan factory in Brazil, to make oil from algae, in The New York Times.

London to host clean energy summit to discuss clean energy initiatives.

International Power to take over rights for planned wind farm, capable of providing electricity for 100,000 by 2016 on west coast of Scotland, in The Herald.

And finally… Luke Jerram’s Aeolus - acoustic wind pavilion, on display Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf until 10th May 2012.

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