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Growing back to school: one charity's plan to encourage outdoor education Trees for Cities is urging teachers and parents to help children embrace outdoor learning at home or school Environment Food UK Youth
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‘Community ownership is key to the survival of Britain’s high streets’ – report A report suggests that tackling ‘fragmented and remote property ownership’ is vital to the future of town centres in the UK Archive Economics Society UK
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‘Create green post-Covid recovery’ urges UK industry body The Confederation of British Industry says the UK is in “pole position” to lead the world in green technology Economics Energy Environment Sustainable Development Technology UK
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More than weeds: the rebel botanists on a mission to celebrate urban plants Inspired by a botanist using chalk to name weeds, people are teaching themselves about the urban flora and fauna in their neighbourhoods and... Conservation Environment Society UK
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Drop the shop: could you buy only secondhand clothes in September? People are being urged to buy secondhand clothes only during September, in a campaign fronted by Michaela Coel Archive Lifestyle UK
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Bouncing forward: could we find a better work-life balance after Covid-19? We take a look at the opportunities for slowing down and creating a more agreeable work-life balance Health Lifestyle Society UK Wellbeing
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