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People share their love for trees and forests on International Day of Forests This Thursday is International Day of Forests. To mark it, we share some of the tributes to trees that members of the public have been writi... Arts Culture Environment
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Hundreds take part in UK’s first supermarket plastic mass ‘unwrap’ Shoppers handed back up to four shopping trollies worth of “unnecessary” plastic packaging per hour during the event earlier this month... Environment Society UK
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Posters celebrate species under threat in the US Those behind the poster campaign hope it will start conversations about lesser-known animals, birds and insects, not just the iconic species... Conservation Environment World
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The world’s first community fridge network to double in size by 2020 A charity that has already launched 50 community fridges in the UK aims to open another 50 within 22 months... Environment Food UK
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Single featuring nothing but birdsong set to fly into the charts A track of pure birdsong is being released for the first time as part of a project to get birdsong back into everyday life... Conservation Environment UK
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The Slovakian market gardener who grows vegetables from around the world Zuzana Pastorkova grows a rainbow array of vegetables in her garden in Slovakia, sending produce to the capital, Bratislava... Agriculture World
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