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What the papers say - DAILY TELEGRAPH


Authorities in southern Californian are introducing flexible rubber pavements made from recycled tyres to replace concrete pavements. The rubber paving is replacing concrete slabs that pedestrians trip over when they are disturbed by tree roots.

An unprecedented rise in average temperatures over the next century could lead to an extra 200M people being killed during violent storms. A report by the UN intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said global temperatures could rise between 1.4infinityC and 5.8infinityC.

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