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Wired for happiness? How ‘risky’ genes could go either way Experimental psychologist at the University of Oxford, Elaine Fox, tells Lauren Razavi about her surprising research into the links between ... Body & Mind Science Wellbeing
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Norway leads rainforest conservation efforts with supply chain pledge The Nordic country is the first in the world to commit to cutting ties with deforestation Conservation Environment
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Europe’s shift toward banning fracking Germany becomes latest country to take steps towards banning fracking due to environmental concerns Energy Environment
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Brexit debate yields unexpected potential for positive political change Whether Britain chooses to remain in or opt out of the EU on 23 June, campaigners’ and experts’ awareness-raising efforts and ideas could si... Politics
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The learning initiatives bridging the generation gap The long-bemoaned gap between generations is sometimes accepted as inevitable. But as Lauren Razavi discovers, initiatives in the US and UK ... Education
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Value of waste pickers revealed Research has highlighted the importance of waste pickers to cities around the world Economics
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