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Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) Feeding on algae  -  Linda Lewis/ FLPA
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80023121 Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) Feeding on algae© Linda Lewis / FLPA
Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789295 Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789294 Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789293 Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789292 Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water outside Funafuti airport, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789291 Funafuti Atoll flooded by sea water outside Funafuti airport, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Man in water as Funafuti Atoll is flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789290 Man in water as Funafuti Atoll is flooded by sea water, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Child sitting on chair in floodwaters on Funafuti,Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789289 Child sitting on chair in floodwaters on Funafuti,Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Houses flooded by seawater on Funafuti,Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789288 Houses flooded by seawater on Funafuti,Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Woman walking past houses flooded by seawater on Funafuti, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789287 Woman walking past houses flooded by seawater on Funafuti, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Tuvaluans watching as the high tide inundates their island home on Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007
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90789286 Tuvaluans watching as the high tide inundates their island home on Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. These low lying islands are very susceptible to sea level rise, March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007
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90789285 Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007
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90789284 Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007
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90789283 Trees fallen over because of undercutting coastal erosion caused by global warming induced sea level rise, Tepuka island off Funafuti atol in Tuvalu. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Swamp taro / Pulaka (Cyrtosperma merkusii) that has been killed off by salt water incursion on Funafuti, tuvalu, caused by global warming induced sea level rise. March 2007
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90789282 Swamp taro / Pulaka (Cyrtosperma merkusii) that has been killed off by salt water incursion on Funafuti, tuvalu, caused by global warming induced sea level rise. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Traffic congestion on the M1 motorway at Loughborough,  with a plane coming into land at East Midlands Airport. August 2005
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90788850 Traffic congestion on the M1 motorway at Loughborough, with a plane coming into land at East Midlands Airport. August 2005© Ashley Cooper
Solar panels and wind turbines in Hull Yorkshire UK. September 2006
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90788745 Solar panels and wind turbines in Hull Yorkshire UK. September 2006© Ashley Cooper
solar panels and wind turbines in Hull Yorkshire UK. September 2006
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90788744 solar panels and wind turbines in Hull Yorkshire UK. September 2006© Ashley Cooper
Rush hour traffic on the M60 motorway near Manchester UK. January 2007
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90788472 Rush hour traffic on the M60 motorway near Manchester UK. January 2007© Ashley Cooper
Aeroplane coming into land at Heathrow Airport, England, UK. August 2007
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90788468 Aeroplane coming into land at Heathrow Airport, England, UK. August 2007© Ashley Cooper
Tuvaluan fisherman in front of a ship wrecked by Hurrican Bepe, Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. March 2007
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90788464 Tuvaluan fisherman in front of a ship wrecked by Hurrican Bepe, Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Tuvaluan children leaping into the sea on Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. March 2007
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90788455 Tuvaluan children leaping into the sea on Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Floodwater inundating, Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. This area is particularly vulnerable to global warming induced sea level rise. March 2007
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90788453 Floodwater inundating, Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. This area is particularly vulnerable to global warming induced sea level rise. March 2007© Ashley Cooper
Aeroplane on the runway at East Midlands Airport in foggy conditions. December 2006
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90788444 Aeroplane on the runway at East Midlands Airport in foggy conditions. December 2006© Ashley Cooper
Cars driving on the M1 motorway, near Loughborough in evening fog. England, UK, December 2006
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90788443 Cars driving on the M1 motorway, near Loughborough in evening fog. England, UK, December 2006© Ashley Cooper
Turf roof on eco houses at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, Wales, UK, July,
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90784438 Turf roof on eco houses at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, Wales, UK, July,© Ashley Cooper
Ice bergs and sea ice of the Greenland ice, July 2008.
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90784391 Ice bergs and sea ice of the Greenland ice, July 2008.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November.
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90784371 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November 2004.
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90784370 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, UK, November 2004.© Ashley Cooper
The Ineos oil refinery in Grangemouth Scotland, UK. August 2009.
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90784297 The Ineos oil refinery in Grangemouth Scotland, UK. August 2009.© Ashley Cooper
The Ineos oil refinery in Grangemouth Scotland, UK. August 2009.
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90784296 The Ineos oil refinery in Grangemouth Scotland, UK. August 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, UK, November.
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90784257 Ratcliffe on Soar coal fired power station in Nottinghamshire, UK, November.© Ashley Cooper
Petrochemical plant at sunrise, Teeside, UK.
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90782783 Petrochemical plant at sunrise, Teeside, UK.© Ashley Cooper
Ratcliffe on Soar, a massive coal powered power station in Nottinghamshire, with field of oilseed rap in foreground, UK, May 2008.
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90782781 Ratcliffe on Soar, a massive coal powered power station in Nottinghamshire, with field of oilseed rap in foreground, UK, May 2008.© Ashley Cooper
Water vapour from cooling towers at Ratcliffe on Soar massive coal powered power station, Nottinghamshire, England, UK, April 2008.
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90782780 Water vapour from cooling towers at Ratcliffe on Soar massive coal powered power station, Nottinghamshire, England, UK, April 2008.© Ashley Cooper
Emmissions from the Corus steelworks at Redcar, UK, December 2005.
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90782779 Emmissions from the Corus steelworks at Redcar, UK, December 2005.© Ashley Cooper
Emissions from the Corus steel plant on Teeside, England, UK, December 2005.
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90782778 Emissions from the Corus steel plant on Teeside, England, UK, December 2005.© Ashley Cooper
Emissions from the Bluescope steel works at Port Kembla, Wollongong, Australia. February 2010.
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90782773 Emissions from the Bluescope steel works at Port Kembla, Wollongong, Australia. February 2010.© Ashley Cooper
Lorries hauling coal to a coal fired power plant, Dongsheng, Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782515 Lorries hauling coal to a coal fired power plant, Dongsheng, Inner Mongolia, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Northern China, March 2009.
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90782502 Low grade coal from an open cast coal mine near Heihe, Northern China, March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons across Inner Mongolia, Northern China, March 2009.
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90782500 Electricity pylons across Inner Mongolia, Northern China, March 2009.© Ashley Cooper
Caroline Lucas a Green Party MEP at the I Count climate change rally in London, UK, November 2006.
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90782497 Caroline Lucas a Green Party MEP at the I Count climate change rally in London, UK, November 2006.© Ashley Cooper
C02 balloons at the 'I Count climate change' rally in London, England, UK, November 2006.
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90782496 C02 balloons at the 'I Count climate change' rally in London, England, UK, November 2006.© Ashley Cooper
Chinese man collects coal that has fallen from lorries taking coal from an open cast coal mine to power plants near Heihe on the Chinese Russian border
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90782419 Chinese man collects coal that has fallen from lorries taking coal from an open cast coal mine to power plants near Heihe on the Chinese Russian border© Ashley Cooper
Electricity pylons, Northern China, March 209.
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90782418 Electricity pylons, Northern China, March 209.© Ashley Cooper
Dwellings in Suihua with smoke coming out from the chimneys, Heilongjiang Province, China.
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90782417 Dwellings in Suihua with smoke coming out from the chimneys, Heilongjiang Province, China.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, Suihua, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782415 Coal fired power station, Suihua, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782414 Coal fired power station, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired power station, north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782412 Coal fired power station, north of Beijing, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Man breaking up coal for domestic use. China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782410 Man breaking up coal for domestic use. China, March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
Coal fired cement factory billows smoke, Tongshuan, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
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90782409 Coal fired cement factory billows smoke, Tongshuan, Shanxi Province, China. March 2009. In 2008 China officially became the worlds largest emitter of greenhouse gases.© Ashley Cooper
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