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Black Lives Matter: after the protests, what needs to happen next? Reflecting on the protests sparked by George Floyd’s killing, prominent black voices outline what must change to tackle racism... Education Justice Politics Society
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Good cover: why insurance could be the next ethical shopping trend You might already be buying sustainably produced food and clothes, but what about insurance?... Written in partnership with Naturesave
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In pictures: sowing sea meadows in the UK to fight climate change More than 1 million seagrass seeds are being planted around the British Isles to capture carbon and boost biodiversity... Conservation Environment
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What went right? July–September 2019 Amazon wildfires and political disarray were among the major headlines this summer. But from a new record in renewable energy, to defeating ... Society World
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Good figures: progress and possibility in numbers From a drop in child obesity to the launch of the world’s first malaria vaccine, we’ve done the numbers on inspiring news stories from aroun... Environment Lifestyle Science Society UK World
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