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  • "Termination shock": cut in ship pollution sparked global heating spurtSudden cut in pollution in 2020 meant less shade from sun and was substantial factor in record surface temperatures in 2023, study findsThe slashing of pollution from shipping in 2020 led to a big termination shock that is estimated have pushed the rate of global heating to double the long-term average, according to research.Until 2020, global shipping used dirty, high-sulphur fuels that produced air pollution.

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  • Passenger rail performancePassenger rail performance in the latest quarter (1 January to 31 March 2024) was better than the same quarter one year ago for the main measures of punctuality and reliability. In the latest quarter, there were 1.8 million trains planned in Great Britain. This was up 6% compared with the same quarter one year ago.

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