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FootprintWire 09.11.12

Today’s green news…Mayor’s RE:LEAF scheme encourages Londoners to plant trees

A carbon consumption tax may be best way to lower emissions, in The Guardian.

Australia to sign up to Kyoto Protocol, on Bloomberg.

Environment secretary, Owen Paterson, stated ash dieback ‘will not be eradicated’, on BBC.

And finally…RE:LEAF encourages Londoners to plant trees to reduce climate change effects, here.

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