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Three good things: longlife tech to inspire us beyond our throwaway culture We take a closer look at a laptop, phone and a vacuum cleaner that have been designed with a longer life in mind Innovation Society Technology
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This company makes cosmetics packaging materials that leave no microplastics behind Finnish startup Sulapac is creating packaging that's as circular as it is beautiful Written in partnership with Green Alley Award
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The buildings that heal A new architectural movement is using design to aid the post-traumatic growth of the most vulnerable in society Innovation Society Wellbeing
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The startups reinventing notoriously hard-to-recycle items Clothes made from stinky cigarette butts? Yes, really. It’s yet more proof that waste can be a valuable resource Written in partnership with Green Alley Award
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Floating solar panels: the future of clean energy? Floating solar is seeing a rise in interest. Here are five inspirational, global examples Written in partnership with Good Energy
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Revealed: the UK’s ‘best’ new buildings A dementia-friendly retirement home has been named the UK’s best new building. The shortlist was a triumph of purpose-led design Health Innovation Society Wellbeing
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