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For each 1C rise in temperature, tropical regions now release about 2 billion extra tonnes of carbon-containing gases

The Channel Tunnel connects Folkestone and Calais

Channel Tunnel workers suffer carbon monoxide poisoning while changing tracks

60 people were working in the tunnel overnight when the incident happened, one is in a serious condition

Renewable energy targets are bad policy. Here are five reasons to prove it

A green, competitive Europe doesn’t need them and shouldn’t have them

Air pollution in China

The City of Angels engulfed by a hellish smog

Made in China: LA's smog is the latest product from the Asian superpower exported to America

Scientists find that pollution from outsourced US industry comes back home on the westerly winds

China's capital was shrouded in thick smog on 16 January, cutting visibility down to a few hundred yards as a count of small particulate pollution reached more than 20 times WHO-recommended levels

Beijing issues smog warning as scientists say pollution ‘cuts life expectancy by 15 years’

Experts say air pollution levels are 20 times higher than maximum recommended by World Health Organisation

A giant cloud of volcanic debris rises some 20km above Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in June 1991

Plan to avert global warming by cooling planet artificially 'could cause climate chaos'

Proposal to inject tiny reflective particles into the upper atmosphere to block out sunlight could lead to droughts, warn scientists

Lower speed limits help tackle the causes of congestion – leading to more regular journey times

Green campaigners welcome 60mph motorway speed limit but motoring groups say it will confuse drivers

EU air pollution rules have forced the move to reduce speed on sections of certain roads

Scientists found that including data from the Arctic eliminated any 'pause' in global average temperatures

What climate action can we expect in 2014?

Top-down talks have failed, now local forces are gathering strength

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Plants ‘could stop being brake on global warming’

Earth’s vegetation could be saturated with carbon by the end of the century and stop acting as a brake on global warming, scientists warn.

Air quality regulations in Europe may not be sufficient to protect people from harmful sooty particles in traffic and factory fumes, research suggests

EU air quality rules are still too lax to protect us from pollution, study finds

Air quality regulations in Europe may not be sufficient to protect people from harmful sooty particles in traffic and factory fumes, research suggests.

Motoring review: Renault Captur DCI 90

Renault's Captur is not quite what it seems, says John Simister

Dominic Grieve has warned that Britain would not shy away from court action to protect its national interests

Attorney General accuses European Commission of bending EU regulations to further its own agenda

He says it has failed to respect rules agreed by democratically elected governments

Environmental groups, including Greenpeace and WWF, have walked out of U.N. climate talks in Warsaw

Charities quit UN climate talks over lack of action

More than 800 activists from NGOs such as Greenpeace and Oxfam as well as trade unions and social movements have staged a mass walkout of the UN climate talks in Warsaw in protest of the lack of action at the conference.

Black Beauty rock is ‘oldest chunk of Mars’ ever found on earth, scientists say

New research shows distinctive rock is more than twice as old as previously thought – and could expose signs of ancient Martian life

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