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10 inspiring things we learned from the new issue of Positive News magazine Editor-in-chief Lucy Purdy shares 10 insights from creating the April–June issue of Positive News magazine Opinion UK World
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‘Wastewater can be very valuable’: the hydroponic system that provides clean water for Kenyans Using the power of plants, a Nairobi-based startup has engineered an effective wastewater cleaning system. And it’s attractive to boot Written in partnership with What Design Can Do
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Books over borders: joy as bombed shop in Gaza reopens A global outpouring of support has allowed a destroyed bookshop to open its doors once more Culture Society World
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