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The Carbon Trust’s footprinting exhibition – in pictures

To celebrate some of the companies that are shaping the future of carbon reduction, the Carbon Trust has launched the world’s first carbon footprint exhibition

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‘Polluter pays’ is the only principle that can limit aviation emissions | Connie Hedegaard

We cannot accept threats of all kinds of trouble just because a small price has to be paid for the pollution caused by travelWhy all the fuss about aviation? Why has Europe passed its own laws to make airlines reduce their CO2 emissions? And why don’t …

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Letters: The truth about pesticides and bees

It is always a dilemma for a newspaper to tell a complicated story such as that about bees and pesticides (The end of the beeline: how pesticides stop bees finding their way home, 30 March). As a beekeeper of 40 years and inventor of the Zest hive (des…

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Harry the pygmy hippo fares well despite mother’s rejection – video

A rare pygmy hippopotamus named after Prince Harry is being care for at a South African wildlife centre after being rejected at birth

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Is the UK right to invest in carbon capture technology? | Leo Hickman

The UK government has announced a new effort to promote the development of CCS technology, but will it succeed? Leo Hickman, with your help, investigates. Post your views below, email leo.hickman@guardian.co.uk or tweet @LeoHickman12.15pm: The Departme…

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French Polynesia acts to protect its drinking water

Desalination plant will give islanders a reliable supply, while meters will encourage conservationFaaite atoll in the Tuamotu archipelago of French Polynesia has had a desalination plant since last October. Funded by central and local government, it wi…

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Will overfishing by foreigners drive Senegalese fishermen to piracy? | John Vidal

The complaints made by Somali fishermen some years ago about illegal fishing are very similar to those being voiced by the fishermen of Senegal todayThe fishermen of Joal say that if the foreign trawlers are not stopped, Senegal could end up like Somal…

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New push with £1bn competition

The revival of a government initiative to design the first workable demonstration project could create an industry with 100,000 jobsMore than £1bn of public funds will be allocated to a new push to develop carbon capture and storage technology, that c…

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Retrofitting is expensive – let’s demolish and start again

The development and maintenance cost of bringing homes up to modern standards often exceeds their valueCost effective retrofitting of existing homes to reduce fuel poverty, emissions and extend the life of properties is a challenge for housing professi…

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Satellite eye on Earth

Atlantic ocean currents, Middle Eastern super sandstorms and cloud streets over Greenland were among the images captured by European Space Agency and Nasa satellites last month

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