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Today’s green news: White Design’s Ynysowen Primary School uses solar panels and visible rain water harvesting as practical learning tools

Secretary of State for DEFRA warns that UK may require standpipes to supply water if shortages continue, in BBC.

Shell reveal why they are not investing in wind power in Britain, in The Guardian.

Britain’s flood defences not completed five years after flooding which prompted them, in The Independent.

And finally… the Queen officially opens White Design’s Ynysowen Primary School located on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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