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Injecting carbon dioxide into rocks at more than one point simultaneously could offer the key to more effective storage of carbon dioxide (CO2), a new industry-backed study reveals today.

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China, the world’s biggest polluter and buyer of coal, saw a fall in its emissions in the first half of this year, while imports of coal slid by nearly 18 per cent last month, new figures show.

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An innovative solar-powered device that aims to reduce levels of noise pollution in urban environments could be rolled out across London and New York within the next few years.

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London construction sites will be required to update or replace some of their most polluting equipment, after the introduction of new standards aimed at improving the capital’s air quality.

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The US’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has this week announced new measures to slash methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 40 to 45 per cent from 2012 levels by 2025, as part of the latest phase of Obama’s Climate Action Plan.

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