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FootprintWire 25.5.12

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Today’s green news: Scientific American graphic portrays global water usage

China to spend £27 billion on emissions reductions and renewables this year, in The Guardian.

World Health Organisation (WHO) publish report stating that radiation levels in most of Japan are below cancer-causing levels a year after the Fukushima plant accident.

Scientists appeal to anti-GM campaigners not to destroy a field trial of GM wheat, in The | Independent.

And finally… graphic representation of water usage throughout the world, in Scientific American.

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