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‘A seismic shift could be underway’: the mission to make steel green If steel were a country, it would be the planet’s third largest emitter. But the race to decarbonise the sector is gaining momentum Energy Environment Innovation
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The future of high street fashion? A hub where you mend, make and swap clothes An empty shop in England has been turned into a hub, where people are inspired to achieve sartorial satisfaction beyond fast fashion Environment Lifestyle Society
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What went right this week: the ‘live-and-let-live’ UK, plus more positive news The UK was deemed united on a supposedly divisive issue, there was good news for polar bears, plus much more Environment Lifestyle Politics Society
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What went right this week: Europe’s ‘last wild river’, plus more positive news Albania moved to protect Europe’s ‘last wild river’, low-carbon airships got a lift, and community spirit flourished, plus more Environment Food Media Society
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Five workable solutions to deforestation Halting deforestation is vital if we are to solve the climate and biodiversity crises. We have the tools to meet the challenge. Here’s how Conservation Environment Politics Society
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