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With one of the highest levels of air pollution of any city in the world, the Mongolian capital is learning how to reduce its levels of particulate matter and replacing tens of thousands of traditional heating stoves with cleaner alternatives.

A year after the introduction of the Boris bikes and the Cycle Superhighways, Joe Peach reevaluates their impact on Greater London, finding them wanting due to their emphasis on the city centre over suburban areas.

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