Five things we learnt this week

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From green jobs galore to the power of Icelandic volcanoes, we run down the top green business stories of the week

The Green economy may be even bigger than we thought... First we had the UN saying up to 60 million new jobs could be created by shifting to a low carbon economy, simultaneously lifting some of the...

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