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FootprintWire 10.12.12

Today’s green news: Light therapy lamps run by renewable energy installed at Swedish bus stops

Doha climate talks close with agreement of pollution limits and aid for climate related disasters, on Bloomberg.

Energy for Growth initiative commits government to purchasing energy from renewable sources, on BusinessGreen.

Fracking blamed for earthquakes, water contamination, risks to biodiversity and noise pollution, in The Guardian.

And finally… A Swedish energy company has installed lamps into bus stops to combat seasonal affective disorder, on Wired.

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