Five green things we've learned this week

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From Manchester Utd's success off the field to Lego's plans for wind turbines, we run down the key lessons of the week

Peter Gleick is the culprit So the man who exposed the Heartland Institute's (alleged) plans to, among other things, teach school kids scientific illiteracy was none other than Peter Gleick, a water...

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