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Greening cities contributes to pollution reduction

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Wildflower meadows are declining

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Wave generator connected to grid

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Expansion of the use of solar panels in the USA

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Major climate pact breakthrough as Brazil, China and US make early pledges

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Fracking decision being made on second Lancashire site

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Both Lancashire fracking applications refused

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Fracking within 5 miles of your home could wipe 7% of the value of your property.

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Society will collapse by 2040 due to catastrophic food shortages

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Bill Gates to invest $2bn in breakthrough renewable energy projects

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Solar panel mosquito trap to halt malaria

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Peregrines doing well in cities

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