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Must change always be slow? From #MeToo to single-use plastics, 2018 showed us that social norms can shift swiftly and profoundly. What impact does this have on our abi... Environment Opinion Society
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Maddy Harland Biotime: when deep nature connection becomes activism Biotime, or biological time, runs at a very different pace and rhythm to human time. Tuning into this benefits the planet, and us, suggests ... Environment Opinion
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Iona Finlayson ‘Positive News energises me to work towards a more sustainable world’ Iona Finlayson stocks Positive News in her shop in the Scottish Highlands. For more than 10 years, the magazine has helped rebalance her wor... Opinion Society
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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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Morgan Zegers ‘I'm young, working class and a woman – a breath of fresh air’ Morgan Zegers, a 21-year-old Republican, graduated from college in May and is now running for New York state assembly... Opinion Society World
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Kerri Evelyn Harris 'I'm a gay, biracial, working class woman – a whole bunch of otherness' A military veteran turned organiser, Democrat Kerri Evelyn Harris campaigned to be the first woman, the first African American, and the firs... Opinion Society World
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