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Debunking disinformation: seven truth defenders bringing people the facts Fake news is shown to spread faster than the truth. So where can you get the facts? These sources are a good place to start Democracy Education Society
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Norway hopes to boost body image with retouching law Legislators in Norway have served infuencers and advertisers a dose of reality, with new rules that govern the use of Photoshopped images Body & Mind Health Media Society Wellbeing
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More than weeds: the rebel botanists on a mission to celebrate urban plants Inspired by a botanist using chalk to name weeds, people are teaching themselves about the urban flora and fauna in their neighbourhoods and... Conservation Environment Society UK
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Separating fact from deadly fiction: the London team factchecking the coronavirus Full Fact, the UK’s independent factchecking charity, is working to tackle a flow of falsities around Covid-19 Health Media Politics Society UK World
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Crowdfunding bid to tackle elitism in journalism by helping media interns The PressPad social enterprise matches unpaid media interns with mentors who can offer them free places to stay. Now, the team is more than ... Media Society UK
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Under the influence: sustainability on social media Social media isn’t only a place of rampant consumerism – some ‘influencers’ use their presence online to promote greener ways of living Environment Lifestyle Media
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Chris Packham on why he’s angry, yet hopeful

Wanted: young people to conserve Britain’s oceans (and get paid)

‘Ours could be the first generation that leaves the environment in a better state than we found it’

Read it and don’t weep.

Headlines about what’s going right in the world are now being shared with millions of people through digital screens on high streets and in shopping centres all around the UK.