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FootprintWire 14.02.13

Today’s green news: ‘Modified Atmosphere Packaging’ provides sustainable roses for Valentine’s Day

£1.4 million trial to ‘glue’ vehicle pollution to London’s roads fails, in The Guardian.

New trial asks consumers to carry out energy intensive tasks when renewable energy is readily available, in The Telegraph.

Researchers increase the efficiency of carbon capture and storage using sunlight, on The Engineer.

And finally… Marks and Spencer’s packaging development allows roses to be transported without water, on Business Green.

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