Housing project to help Olympics beat CO2 goal
The London 2012 Olympic Games is set to exceed its 50% carbon reduction target, by improving the energy-efficiency of homes and schools in the local areaIn the second of three reports outlining how London 2012 is progressing towards meeting its sustainability targets, the Olympic Games Organising Committee (LOCOG) confirmed that that the games are on
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