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Green day at Canary Wharf

PUBLISHED: 13:11 02 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:59 05 October 2010

Canary Wharf is encouraging people to think green with a special event today and tomorrow. There are stalls and advice about how to reduce to your carbon footprint at work and home along with the chance to learn more about the wildlife which can be spot

Canary Wharf is encouraging people to think green with a special event today and tomorrow.

There are stalls and advice about how to reduce to your carbon footprint at work and home along with the chance to learn more about the wildlife which can be spotted in Docklands.

The area is home to the rare black redstart amongst other species.

Visitors to the event which runs again tomorrow from 10am to 4.30pm can get close and personal with a falcon and pick up a greener cotton bag in a bid to encourage people to ditch plastic bags.

They can also learn about parks and nature reserves on their doorstep.


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