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FootprintWire 6.7.12

Today’s green news: Global photography and sustainability award Prix Pictet announce shortlist on theme of ‘power’.

IEA’s first medium-term outlook report predicts renewables capacity to increase by 40%, to globally generate 6,400 terawatt hours of energy per year by 2017, on Business Green.

Camden Council lead the way with their pledge to insulate all cavity walled homes in the district by 2013, as part of their Environmental Plan, on GreenBuild News.

CAT warns of a growing gap in the green jobs market for engineers after five years of teaching renewable energy courses, on CAT blog.

And finally… Shortlisters of the global photography and sustainability award Prix Pictet are unveiled, exhibiting on the theme of ‘power’, in The Guardian.

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