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The new social media platform designed to stop you ‘scrolling through bile’ A social network without the toxicity and where ‘likes’ earn cash for charities. Wishful thinking? Think again Health Society Technology Wellbeing
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The ‘sexy’ near-future of travel? The plan to bring hyperloop to our cities Low-carbon, high-speed hyperloops will reshape cities and change the way we travel. That’s the promise. Can they deliver? Environment Society Technology Travel
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While politicians dither, indigenous groups are taking climate action Indigenous attendees at COP26 may have come away disappointed, but they’re not sitting around waiting for help Culture Environment Society Technology
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Three good things: smart solutions to space junk Tens of thousands of man-made objects are orbiting our planet, putting working satellites at risk. Here are three potential solutions Innovation Science Technology
Image for Lifesaving, convenient and controversial: the app that gave everywhere an address
Lifesaving, convenient and controversial: the app that gave everywhere an address What3Words means that everywhere on Earth has an address. The app has saved lives and sparked debate Innovation Society Travel
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What went right this week: low-CO2 passenger blimps, plus more positive news A blimp maker promised low-carbon flights by 2025, Tasmanian devils mounted a comeback in Australia, and more uplifting news Arts Culture Environment Society
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