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FootprintWire 13.05.13

Today’s green news: Solar-powered refrigerator to reduce food waste in the developing world

Lord Nicholas Stern warns climate change could cause displacement of ‘hundreds of millions of people’, in The Guardian.

BRE searches for suppliers and partners with innovative sustainable technologies for an eco-city in China designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, here.

Government to allow testing of driverless cars on public roads in bid to reduce emissions, on Business Green.

And finally… A University of Cincinnati team has developed, SolerCool, a food storage unit aimed at reducing the 40 per cent of harvest lost due to spoilage, on Green Futures.

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