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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 cost of living crisis: what are governments doing to help? From nationalising energy firms to making train travel free, here’s how governments are responding to rising prices Economics Lifestyle Politics Society
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This abandoned arcade is set to become the UK’s first community shopping centre Can a neglected shopping arcade in West Yorkshire become a blueprint for the high street’s (much-needed) revival? Economics Innovation Society UK
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The city that gave its citizens free money – and what we can learn from it A citizen's basic income experiment in Stockton, California, has concluded – and the preliminary results are in Economics Health Money Politics Society Wellbeing
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‘A quiet conservation success story, the likes of which aren’t told enough’ Although often overlooked, small-scale conservation projects are having a big impact on wildlife and communities – even in conflict zones Conservation Money Sustainable Development
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The ethical bank helping UK social projects bounce back from Covid More than ever, organisations that boost quality of life need support. We meet some whose choice of bank made all the difference Written in partnership with Triodos Bank
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