London catalogues a decade of green triumphs and failings

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The capital's energy use fell by 10 per cent since 2000, but sea levels are rising by an average 1.5mm a year at Sheerness

Businesses seeking to improve their environmental impact often stop and take stock of their achievements or failings. Cities are no different, as shown by a database unveiled this week designed to quantify...

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