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FootprintWire 31.5.12

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Today’s green news: Bristol’s Architecture Foundation launches Bristol Retrofit City exhibition

DECC announce signing of agreement between Iceland and UK that could allow geothermal power from Iceland’s volcanoes to supply electricity to the UK.

UK dump 500,000 tonnes of clothes in landfill every year - compared to the two million tonnes bought in shops, in The Telegraph.

Report shows UK could meet 20 per cent of its power needs – the equivalent of nine nuclear power stations – by exploiting geothermal power, in The Guardian.

And finally… Bristol’s Architecture Foundation launches Bristol Retrofit City exhibition, read more on AJ.

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