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‘Cities have been invaded by cars. Now they are being liberated’ Private vehicles are being designed out of urban areas with encouraging results for communities and businesses Economics Environment Health Transition News UK Wellbeing World
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Helsinki residents encouraged to reduce emissions with new ‘Think Sustainably’ app New service lists local businesses such as restaurants and hotels as well as attractions and public transport options, ranked against sustai... Culture Energy Environment Sustainable Development Travel World
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France set to ban sale of all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 France is set to ban the sale of any car that uses petrol or diesel fuel by 2040. The country’s ecology minister called it a “revolution” Environment
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Nepali cyclist reaches halfway point in world tour promoting social justice He has fought a tribe of monkeys, survived several accidents and is nine years into an epic adventure. Tom Lawson catches up with explorer F... Environment Justice Positive People

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