London 2012 - False start or head start for green business?

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Shaun McCarthy looks back over a fortnight of sporting glory to evaluate how sustainable the Olympic Games really was

So the euphoria has started to subside, medals have been counted, tears of joy and disappointment shed, coaches thanked, families hugged and knighthoods proposed by the bucketful. But did London 2012 deliver...

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