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Life behind scars Sylvia Mac has spent most of her life trying to hide the painful scars that cover her body. At the age of 48, she decided enough was enough Lifestyle Society
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For every scar, a story In a world that can seem transfixed by perfection, photographer Sophie Mayanne decided to begin documenting people’s scars Lifestyle Society
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Death: no longer such a taboo? Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne, who has arranged hers, asks: are we beginning to engage more openly with death... Society
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Three good things: harnessing human energy for good From motion-powered mobile phone chargers to urine-powered electricity; three ways in which human energy is pushing society forward Innovation Science Technology
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People take the place of books in the global Human Library Think you can read people? You can at the Human Library, an international project that aims to dissolve prejudices by getting people to talk... Society
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Are you a human supremacist? “There is a whole world waiting for us, ready to welcome us home,” says environmental philosopher Derrick Jensen. He explains our near-unive... Environment

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