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Seven greening projects in unlikely urban spaces From mini roundabouts to abandoned tennis courts, communities across the UK are breathing new life into unusual places Environment Society
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Life on the edge: the growing movement to rewild scruffy urban spaces With councils showing a lack of vision for neglected urban spaces, communities are taking matters into their own hands Environment Society Wellbeing
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The activists taking on England’s sewage-spilling water firms – and winning Amid outcry about sewage being discharged on England’s beaches, grassroots campaigners are scoring notable wins against water companies Conservation Environment Justice Society Wellbeing
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Gentle activism: five small but radical ways to improve the world now Activism doesn’t always require placards and megaphones. Here are five small but significant things you can do in your community Health Politics Society Wellbeing
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Glastonbury founder digs deep to build affordable homes Michael Eavis has donated Worthy Farm land and cash to build green social homes. It’s one of many grassroots solutions to the housing crisis Economics Society
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The Bristol council estate building England’s largest wind turbine A community in one of England’s most deprived areas has overcome strict planning laws to build a wind turbine on their estate Written in partnership with Thrive Renewables
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