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Emmanuel Amuzu Kpakpo, 27, is a tro-tro driver who reports having a lung infection and difficulty breathing.  Carl De Keyzer/Magnum Photos

Emmanuel Amuzu Kpakpo, is a tro-tro driver who reports having a lung infection and difficulty breathing.

Fumes belch from a truck on the road between Nikoranza and Kintampo, in Ghana’s central region.  Carl De Keyzer/Magnum Photos

Dutch ports at centre of dirty diesel trade, Swiss report claims Business

‘Tro-tros’ (shared minibus taxis) wait for passengers at Kaneshie market, a trading centre on the road west out of Ghana’s capital, Accra.  Carl De Keyzer/Magnum Photos

‘Tro-tros’ (shared minibus taxis) wait for passengers at Kaneshie market, a trading centre on the road west out of Ghana’s capital, Accra.

A report says businesses in Europe are exporting highly polluting, high-sulphur diesel to the African market, exploiting weak fuel standards there.  Carl De Keyzer/Magnum Photos

A report says businesses in Europe are exporting highly polluting, high-sulphur diesel to the African market, exploiting weak fuel standards there

Abandoned houses in Kouquan. Experts believe China’s sinking coal-mining towns are due to the failure to implement existing environmental legislation. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

Abandoned houses in Kouquan. Experts believe China’s sinking coal-mining towns are due to the failure to implement existing environmental legislation.

China planned to close around 1,000 coal mines this year alone.Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

China planned to close around coal mines this year alone.

A dragon rooftop decoration is seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the abandoned Duxigou village of Xiaoyi. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

A dragon rooftop decoration is seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the abandoned Duxigou village of Xiaoyi.

People in Helin village haven’t yet been evacuated.Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

People in Helin village haven’t yet been evacuated.

Tree trunks and rocks are set up to support a leaning wall. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT Tree trunks and rocks are set up to support a leaning wall of Li Yonghua's damaged cave house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Helin village of Xiaoyi, China's Shanxi province.

Kouquan township of Datong, China Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

China's sinking coal mining towns and villages – in pictures

Gao Xiuzhen, 81, stands inside her damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

Gao Xiuzhen, stands inside her damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong.

Thousands of residents in China’s Shanxi province have been evacuated as villages next to mines have started sinking, after decades of reckless coal mining.Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

Thousands of residents in China’s Shanxi province have been evacuated as villages next to mines have started sinking, after decades of reckless coal mining