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Human pollution is turning the seas into acid so quickly that the coming decades will recreate conditions not seen on Earth.

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A proposal, backed by Germany and Austria, to place a cap on noxious emissions spewed out by a wide range of industries, including steel, chemicals and processed food plants, is set to be voted down by EU environment ministers over concerns that the measure would be too costly.

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The European Parliament’s environment committee approved the introduction of EU-wide emission limits to a Commission proposal to revise an EU directive regulating industrial pollution.

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Europe has not done enough to avert the threat of global warming and must cap the carbon dioxide emissions from its most polluting power stations.

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The offer by an investment manager of a “responsible investment policy” or a “sustainable fund” surely raises the question of whether their other products are irresponsible or unsustainable. The question tends to make fund managers splutter, but in recent months, advocates of sustainable investment have been able to point to clearly unsustainable investment strategies, and indeed an unsustainable global financial system, as proof they are not just posturing.

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General Electric has signed on as a partner in Masdar City, committing to build an Ecomagination Centre in the world’s first carbon neutral, zero waste, renewable-energy-powered city.

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“Green products” became more popular last year, according to a new survey by researchers who see the trend continuing despite the sharp global economic downturn.

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