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Seed savers: how the US is looking to Syria for ancient wisdom in nature Food-growing areas around the world face new challenges as a result of climate change. This Syria-US project highlights one potential soluti... Environment World
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‘Single-use’ is named 2018 word of the year, capturing surge in awareness of plastic pollution The term, which refers to plastic products that are made to be used only once, highlights the huge swell in public awareness around plastic ... Environment Society
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Tiny endangered fox makes rapid recovery Thanks to strategic efforts, the world’s smallest fox has rebounded from sure extinction in just a decade... Environment
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Three good things: old outdoor fabric transformed into useful items From bags sewn from old bouncy castle fabric to products made from discarded sailcloth, three companies that are breathing new life into use... Environment
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A blooming good idea? A chemical engineering student will set up a social enterprise in India to use flowers discarded from religious ceremonies and holidays... Environment Science World
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Malcolm Smith Farming’s new furrow? The opportunity in Brexit Brexit takes us to uncertain ground, but it could be a rare opportunity for a productive yet kinder agriculture, believes Malcolm Smith. How... Environment Opinion UK
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