From cards to diamonds, campaigners highlight environmental cost of Valentine's Day

James S Murray
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WWF research raises fears retailers' Valentine's cards could contain mixed tropical hardwood

All lovers know there is a lot to remember in the run-up to Valentine's Day. Have you got a card, have you got a gift, have you booked a suitably over-priced restaurant? Now another crucial question must...

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