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Environmental standards for shipping are so low, cruise companies have a huge opportunity to improve their policies.

Not many of the 25 million people enjoying the sea breeze on a cruise ship this year are likely to think about the air pollutants being emitted from the vessel.

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Brexit could do more than kill Europe’s economy—it might kill even more bees, too.

Brexit has kicked the hornets’ nest.

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