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Full of beans: how eating pulses can change you and the world Pulses and legumes are a win for people and the planet. Here are some varieties to look out for, and ideas about what to do with them Written in partnership with The European Food Information Council
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The secret ingredient for optimum health? Kindness, says this fitness expert A unique health programme that focuses on self-kindness will launch in January Written in partnership with The Kindness Revolution
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‘Getting a bike was a resurrection’: the project donating bicycles to refugees Transport poverty is a growing concern for people seeking asylum in the UK. The Bike Project provides a solution Written in partnership with The Bike Project
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‘We’ve had untold support’: how farmers are getting creative with tree-planting Tree-planting can be boosted by teaming up with farmers, but what’s the smartest way to do this? Written in partnership with The National Forest
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100% renewable electricity for the UK – how close are we? We break down how each renewable fits into the mix, and when we might reach that 100% milestone Written in partnership with Thrive Renewables
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Eight ways to transform a walk in the forest into a wellbeing immersion New forest wellbeing trails have launched across England. Here’s how to get the most out of them Written in partnership with Forestry England
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