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‘Our kitchen has become the hub of an exploding movement of parents’ Meet the parents who accidentally kicked off a grassroots movement to protect childhood from smartphones Perspective Society
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Three good things: longlife tech to inspire us beyond our throwaway culture We take a closer look at a laptop, phone and a vacuum cleaner that have been designed with a longer life in mind Innovation Society Technology
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As Ireland’s smartphone school ban is approved, the town where it all began Fearing the impact of phone use on their children, one town came up with a solution. Now the Irish government is following suit Education Society Wellbeing
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What went right this week: surging solar, a medical milestone, and more Solar eclipsed fossil fuels, a paralysed man walked again, and there was good news for veggies, plus more Conservation Environment Lifestyle Society
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What went right this week: medical breakthroughs, restored species, and more There was an Alzheimer’s breakthrough, the ‘biggest ever’ species reintroduction, and good news for a giant fish Conservation Environment Health Society
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Talking robots, urban bogs and free bikes: inside Europe’s ‘green capital’ In the Baltic states, one city is pioneering the clean technologies of the future – and past. Just watch out for talking robots Economics Environment Science
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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.