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Why defusing ‘carbon bombs’ offers a promising new agenda for tackling climate change Academics have identified the fossil fuel projects likely to blow through our carbon budget. Here's why that could be helpful Energy Environment Society
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What went right this week: malaria progress, hydrogen trains, and more There were medical breakthroughs, the world’s first hydrogen train launched, and California had a bright idea, plus more Environment Health Society Travel
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Seven greening projects in unlikely urban spaces From mini roundabouts to abandoned tennis courts, communities across the UK are breathing new life into unusual places Environment Society
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Life on the edge: the growing movement to rewild scruffy urban spaces With councils showing a lack of vision for neglected urban spaces, communities are taking matters into their own hands Environment Society Wellbeing
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What went right this week: a ‘monumental victory’ for the planet, plus more South African communities claimed a big win over big oil, Europe’s night train revival gathered pace, and much more Conservation Environment Society Travel Wellbeing
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‘On stage I have a release’: the theatre making stars of care leavers From ‘worst-behaved child in Westminster’ to Bafta-nominated actor – how one theatre company is brining marginalised voices to the stage Culture Education Society Wellbeing
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