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FootprintWire 05.11.12

Today’s green news: Experts suggest solutions for mitigating climate change in New York City

Malaysian government plans eco mega-city to house 3million people, in The Guardian.

Plant nursery to sue government for failing to block diseased ash imports, in The Independent.

Boris Johnson told to keep politics out of airport expansion debate, in The Guardian.

And finally…Environmental experts called to protect New York City from future climate change effects, here.

 

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