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How to tackle the UK cost of living crisis – four economists have their say From targeted help for the poorest, to investment in the green transition, here are four potential solutions to the cost of living crisis Economics Politics Society Wellbeing
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What is net zero? Plus other climate jargon explained The climate crisis brings with it a whole new and confusing lexicon. This is how to get your head around it Written in partnership with Planet Mark
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What went right this week: closing the health gap, plus more positive news The UK moved to boost women’s health, climate groups won a landmark court case, and a lost species returned, plus more Economics Energy Environment Health Politics Society
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Site earmarked for Trump border wall will become a river park The project aims to stimulate trade, enhance tourism and improve habitats along the Rio Grande. A blueprint for other border towns? Economics Politics Society
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The G7 fossil fuel pledge – and what it could mean for the climate The world’s largest economies have pledged to end public funding for international fossil fuel projects, but loopholes remain Environment Politics Society
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Five workable solutions to deforestation Halting deforestation is vital if we are to solve the climate and biodiversity crises. We have the tools to meet the challenge. Here’s how Conservation Environment Politics Society
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