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What went right this week: Africa’s plastic solutions, plus more positive news Some weeks we need positive news more than others. This is one of them. These are the things that went right Conservation Energy Environment Food Society Wellbeing
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12 ways to love your community this Valentine’s Day (and beyond) From leading a litter pick, to sharing tools with neighbours, here's how to show love for your community this Valentine's Day Arts Body & Mind Culture Environment Health Lifestyle Social Enterprise Society Wellbeing
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Green chemistry: can these eco-innovations help clean up our chemical footprint? Chemical pollution has passed the safe limit for humanity. The good news is that green chemists have solutions Environment Innovation Science Technology
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What went right this week: England’s rewilding plan, plus more positive news A nature recovery plan was announced for England, Denmark set a deadline for zero-emissions planes, plus more Conservation Environment Health Peace Science Society
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What went right this week: how we saved Earth before, plus more positive news Scientists said saving the ozone layer bought us time to tackle the climate crisis, Scotland promised free bikes for children, and more Conservation Environment Society
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Dancing from the heart According to psychologists, dance can not only help improve our mood and fitness, it can aid creativity and make us feel more alive. Jini Re... Arts Culture
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Homemade beauty: inside the natural skincare movement Enthusiasm for creating beauty products at home is growing. Anna Turns discovers the benefits of DIY cosmetics and meets the online school t... Written in partnership with School of Natural Skincare
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Guerrilla campaign for tolerance takes to the streets of London After noticing signs of divisiveness and fear in recent weeks, Daianna Karaian came up with a plan to prevent society sinking into intoleran... Opinion
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10 ways to help others during the coronavirus outbreak It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of Covid-19, but small acts make a big difference. Here are 10 ways to help others Health Society UK Wellbeing World
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What went right this week: net-zero China, Covid sniffer dogs and more positive news China set a date for carbon neutrality, Finland deployed Covid sniffer dogs and electric coaches got the go ahead in Scotland Environment Health Society Wellbeing
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No bubble to burst: could crowdfunding hold the key to affordable housing? The UK housing crisis is not only about supply and demand; at the core of the problem is the way new properties are financed. A trailblazing... Written in partnership with Abundance
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Rooted in unity: Employee-owned businesses are doing well by doing good Employee ownership is having a moment in the UK. Founder of Riverford, Guy Singh-Watson, explains why he handed the reins to his workforce Agriculture Food Good Business

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