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A baby slow loris, a ‘walking shark’ and caribou in Alaska are among this week’s pick of images from the natural world

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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Paris, Madrid, Athens and Mexico City take the lead on banning diesel cars to cut pollution, and campaigners call for other cities to follow suit.

Four of world's biggest cities to ban diesel cars from their centres

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The multi-billion euro Iter nuclear fusion project in France represents our best chance at cracking nuclear fusion. The project expects to generate record breaking fusion runs, which would produce more energy than it consumes for the first time. But since we’re not likely to see real benefits until 2050, what if industrialised fusion is achieved too late to combat global warming?
China's last free-flowing river has been saved from a series of huge dams in what environmentalists have called a 'turning point for the efforts to preserve China’s rivers'.

Joy as China shelves plans to dam 'angry river'

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The quest for limitless energy: leaders representing half the world’s population – the EU, China, Russia, US, India, Japan and South Korea – are now making the €18bn wager that fusion can deliver

After 60 years, is nuclear fusion finally poised to deliver?

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A growing number of environmentally friendly American businesses – including major airlines and banks, as well as energy, tech and pharmaceutical companies – are pushing back against the Donald Trump's attempts to dismiss climate change concerns.

US businesses push against Trump's attempts to dismiss climate change

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Greg Clark welcomes 700-job factory, the first to produce 75m-long blades for a new generation of offshore windfarms

Siemens' £310m Hull plant will take windfarm technology to new level

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“Climate change is the greatest security threat of the 21st century ... We’re going to see refugee problems on an unimaginable scale, potentially above 30 million people.”

Climate change will stir 'unimaginable' refugee crisis, says military

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Barack Obama has been called the first ‘climate president’ for acknowledging the real threat of global warming. But research shows Obama’s climate record has been badly tarnished by investments made in dirty fuels around the world.
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11/30/2016 at 14:18. Facebook
UK’s two largest supermarket chains join a growing list of companies replacing plastic stems with paper to reduce plastic waste in the oceans and on beaches.

Tesco and Sainsbury's ban plastic cotton buds to cut waste

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11/30/2016 at 13:11. Facebook
Canadian photojournalist Kevin Frayer's haunting photographs of unauthorised steel mills in Inner Mongolia highlight the scale of Beijing’s challenge to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels

Inner Mongolia's unauthorised steel factories – in pictures

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11/30/2016 at 12:43. Facebook
Exclusive: An obscure agency within Obama's own administration has quietly spoiled his climate record by helping fund a steady outpouring of new overseas fossil fuel emissions

How Obama's climate change legacy is weakened by US investment in dirty fuel

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11/30/2016 at 11:32. Facebook
Europe will phase out coal subsidies and cut its energy use by 30% before the end of the next decade, under a major clean energy package announced in Brussels.

EU declares war on energy waste and coal subsidies in new climate package

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Exclusive: ‘Confidential’ draft acknowledges coral bleaching but commits no new action, pledges no new money and does not make any attempt to address climate change

Great Barrier Reef: Australia's 'response plan' draft contains no new action or funding

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"We’ve shown the world that if you build protected infrastructure, people will start riding their bikes ..."

Two-wheel takeover: bikes outnumber cars for the first time in Copenhagen

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11/29/2016 at 13:02. Facebook
In the week Britain exports electricity to France for first time in four years, Gérard Magnin says he favours renewables over costly Hinkley Point C

French nuclear power in 'worst situation ever', says former EDF director

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11/29/2016 at 12:57. Facebook
A recent study showed that by 2050 half of all Europeans could produce their own electricity either at home or as part of a cooperative

Let the people lighten energy load with citizen-owned schemes

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11/29/2016 at 10:53. Facebook
“If we hadn’t bought the land? Then the grasslands of Patagonia would not have begun to heal themselves, the rainforests would have been logged.”

Love, death and rewilding – how two clothing tycoons saved Patagonia

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The next four years to the end of 2020 will be crucial in determining whether the world is able to limit warming to no more than 2C above pre-industrial levels, says C40 group

Megacity planning must change in four years to limit global warming

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