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Surfers offer free wooden bellyboards to cut plastic pollution The tattered remains of polystyrene boards have become a depressingly familiar sight at seaside hotspots. Surfers have a solution Environment Lifestyle Sport Travel
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The future of high street fashion? A hub where you mend, make and swap clothes An empty shop in England has been turned into a hub, where people are inspired to achieve sartorial satisfaction beyond fast fashion Environment Lifestyle Society
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Refill shops: the once-niche trend that’s going mainstream The UK now has hundreds of refill shops, helping people reduce packaging. Now supermarkets are getting in on the act Economics Environment Lifestyle Society
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The living coffin that transforms your body into compost A Dutch startup has created a fully biodegradable mycelium casket – and it says the orders are flooding in Environment Society
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How your favourite tipple could help remove carbon and boost biodiversity Most alcoholic drinks give the planet a hangover. Not these spirits, which have a focus on nature, climate and pollinators Written in partnership with Avallen
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‘They say a picture paints a thousand words, I’d say a map paints a hundred thousand’ Map sales have soared in the pandemic. Nick Giles charts the course of his obsession with them, and how they make adventurers of us all Society Travel
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