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FootprintWire 06.11.12

Today’s green news: UK’s longest power station occupation ends as No Dash For Gas campaigners absail from cooling towers

PricewaterhouseCoopers find carbon must be cut 5 per cent each year to maintain the global economy, here.

UK could learn lessons from Denmark on community owned wind farms, in The Guardian.

London Assembly calls for noise pollution, air quality and climate to be addressed with aviation policy, here.

And finally… Climate activists end occupation of EDF power plant, here.

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