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A comprehensive study has revealed that the oceans are polluted with more than 5 trillion pies of plastic.  Whilst larger pieces are ingested by animals like […]

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Decades of breakneck economic growth have left Chin with tremendous human cost.

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Chinese sources estimate that there are 459 so […]

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When you can scoop up in our oceans more plastic than biomass, it’s time to recognise that we may have a problem. Two articles today […]

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Air pollution in Beijing was so high that airlines cancelled flights due to poor visibility, and people were advised to stay indoors.

The high level is linked to […]

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Beijing has been suffering from some of the worst urban pollution ever recorded.  Levels of PM2.5 particles (very small pollutant particles which can penetrate the lungs) have been […]

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Oceans of pollution

On June 18, 2012 By

The amount of plastic floating in the Pacific Gyre – a massive swirling vortex of rubbish – has increased 100-fold in the past four decades, phytoplankton counts are […]

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Condensation nuclei, which enable water droplets to form in the atmosphere maybe provided by pollution and dust storms in China – latest research shows.

The Sierra Nevada range, […]

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The dramatic fall in the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions caused by the recession has proved to be a blip, with national emissions rising 3.1% in 2010. The new energy and […]

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