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FootprintWire 13.4.12

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Today’s green news: Interactive graphic by Unicef, depicting growing populations between 1950 - 2050

Lloyd’s of London warn of the potential environmental damage from oil drilling in the Artic, in The Guardian.

US, China and India agree to cut carbon emissions in Durban climate change conference, in The Telegraph.

Fred Olsen deploys first wave power device for testing in Falmouth Bay, in south-west of Endland.

And finally… interactive graphic by Unicef, depicting growing populations between 1950 - 2050.

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