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In the papers today - 21st July

Paris has its own wobbly bridge after the Simone de Beauvoir footbridge was reported to be 'trembling'. It opened on the 13th of July with a new floating swimming pool as part of the extension of the Paris Plage - the capitals urban beach. Meetings will be held tomorrow to discuss a solution to the problemThe Independent
Distances travelled by aircraft and lorries delivering to supermarkets and restaurants have increased so much that they have helped carbon emissions reach record levels, it was revealed yesterday. A combination of road and air 'food miles' generated nearly 18m tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2004, up 6% on the previous yearThe TimesRelated links:Today's top stories

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