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

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Mankind must go green or die, says Prince Charles

Environmental damage left unchecked would be ‘suicide on a grand scale’, Prince warns

Climate change: International differences are ahead

China rules out new climate 'regime', setting up US conflict

China, India, South Africa and Brazil say a climate agreement expected to take effect in 2020 won't be a "new regime," potentially setting up a confrontation with the United States, which is seeking to eliminate a firewall in negotiations between developed and developing nations.

Arguably Henry Moore’s largest sculpture, Didcot dominates the Thames Valley in south Oxfordshire, and has inspired poets and artists. It could now disappear.

Henry Moore's cooling towers under threat

English Heritage considers listing Didcot power station, once the third most hated site in Britain

Is methane hydrate the answer to the energy crisis?

A half mile below ground near Anchorage, Alaska the U.S Department of Energy have tapped a reservoir of methane hydrate. It looks like ice, but burns like coal.

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The latest VW Golf is lighter, roomier and greener than ever before

Temperatures may rise 6c by 2100, says study

The world is destined for dangerous climate change this century – with global temperatures possibly rising by as much as 6C – because of the failure of governments to find alternatives to fossil fuels, a report by a group of economists has concluded.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced he will vote for Barack Obama in the Presidential elections

Michael Bloomberg's endorsement of Barack Obama puts concern for the environment back at the heart of American politics - and thank goodness for that

At last, Americans are talking about climate change again. Why did it take so long?

World's 2010 greenhouse gas emissions 'worst ever' says new report

The technology to tackle greenhouse gas emissions now exists. Are we brave enough to use it?

A leading thinker of the green movement argues that negative emission technology has the potential to be revolutionary - if we only it's deployed sensibly

Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.2 diesel (200 PS) Portfolio - First Drive

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Three illegal immigrants discovered in lorry full of coffins

Border Force officers got a Halloween surprise when they discovered three would-be illegal immigrants trying to enter Britain - in a lorry full of coffins.

Mercedes E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid - First Drive

Engine: 2.15-litre four-cylinder turbo-charged diesel

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Can Aston Martin's new Vanquish make our reviewer feel like 007?

Company that made 'petrol from air' breakthrough 'shudders' at prospect of oil industry approaches

Independent exclusive report leads to offers of investment for small company from Stockton-on-Tees

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Exclusive: Pioneering scientists turn fresh air into petrol in massive boost in fight against energy crisis

Is scientific breakthrough a milestone on the road to clean energy?

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