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What went right this week: England's biodiversity benchmark, plus more England set a biodiversity benchmark, the ‘most democratic country’ was revealed, and a big bird made a comeback, plus more Economics Energy Environment Health Lifestyle Society
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Why tackling biodiversity loss could solve the climate crisis Is tackling biodiversity loss or climate change more important? The beautiful thing is that we don't have to choose, writes Martin Wright Conservation Environment Perspective
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What went right this week: Apple’s welcome U-turn, ‘collapsing’ fossil fuels, and more Fossil fuel burning ‘collapsed’ in the EU, the right to repair movement got a boost, and an ‘extinct’ bird returned, plus more Environment Lifestyle Society
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10 things we learned making the new issue of Positive News magazine T-shirts can start a revolution, there’s a trick for living an interesting life, and matrescence is a word everyone should learn, plus more Environment Health Science
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Rewilding Britain: 12 projects giving nature a boost As a new series reminds us, the UK is one of the world’s most nature-depleted nations. These projects aim to turn the tide Conservation Environment Society
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What is the UN’s 30x30 biodiversity target, and how will the UK play its part? The landmark international agreement is great news for nature. But can the UK live up to its end of the bargain? Written in partnership with The National Forest
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