Five green things we've learnt this week

James S Murray
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From unswitched fish to Olympic wind turbines, we run down the top stories from the past seven days

Sainsbury's "Switch the Fish" campaign is only half working Confusing news from the world of sustainable fish, as Sainsbury's earned plaudits this week for a report confirming its "Switch the Fish"...

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