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Nitrogen oxide levels in Oxford Street are 11 times EU limits.  This means that the UK government is liable to fines of millions of [...]

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Memories of the dustbowl have been invoked as dust clouds again roll across the sky.

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Gusts of up to 270km per hour (160 miles per hour) are expected to slam into the southernmost subtropical island chain early Tuesday, and may reach mainland Japan [...]

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The problem of dark snow has been noted fro the Himalayas to the Arctic.  Dust from soil, soot from fires and black carbon pollution from industry and diesel [...]

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The number of people forced to flee their homes across the world has exceeded 50 million for the first time since the second world war, an exponential [...]

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“The evidence is very clear. We are witnessing a threat to the productivity of our natural and farmed environment equivalent to that posed by organophosphates or DDT,”

Indiscriminate [...]

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President Obama used his executive powers as president on Tuesday to create the world’s largest marine sanctuary, banning commercial fishing, mining and oil exploration in a vast [...]

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The Sustainable Development Goals will supercede the millennium development goals (MDGs) when they expire next year, will be established [...]

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