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FootprintWire 04.02.13

Today’s green news: Natural temporary sand art, by British artist Tony Plant

Costs of cleaning Sellafield radioactive nuclear waste site exceed £67.5 billion, on BBC News.

During the past 3 months, Spanish wind farms produced the majority of the country’s electricity, in The Guardian.

Study finds battery-powered intercity trains could replace diesel on difficult-to-electrify lines, here.

And finally… Environmental artist Tony Plant creates large scale temporary art on England’s coasts, here.

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