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These are the world’s best cities to live in, according to researchers The latest Global Liveability Index gives its verdict on the best cities to live in, with Europe and Canada dominating the ranking Society Travel Wellbeing
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Growing green cities: the Dutch expo that shows you how (plus five highlights) A once-in-a-decade horticulture expo has opened in the Netherlands to show the world how to make greener, cleaner, more liveable cities Environment Science Society
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How the climate crisis is forcing us to change our cities for the better From Sweden to Sierra Leone, cities are turning the climate crisis into an opportunity for happier, healthier living Environment Innovation Society Sustainable Development
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The entrepreneurs challenging ‘copy and paste’ high streets Chains and empty shops dominate many high streets. A new model offers an alternative vision, one led by creatives and small businesses Economics Society UK
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Can art save our high streets? In Yorkshire, it’s already happening When big retailers abandoned a town in England, locals got creative. Now its high street is anything but dead Arts Economics Society
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The best cities for work-life balance, according to researchers Generous holiday allowance, parental leave and mental health support for workers helped Oslo top the ranking Society Wellbeing
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