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New carbon-free ferry service sets sail from Dover – and we’re onboard A new ferry between England and France aims to significantly cut the CO2 emissions of crossing the Channel Environment Travel
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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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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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These are the world’s best cities to live in, according to researchers The latest Global Liveability Index gives its verdict on the best cities to live in, with Europe and Canada dominating the ranking Society Travel Wellbeing
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The travel editor who quit flying (and what it’s taught her so far) When travel journalist Helen Coffey quit flying, her colleagues were stunned. But she soon wondered why she hadn’t done it before Environment Society Travel
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Growing green cities: the Dutch expo that shows you how (plus five highlights) A once-in-a-decade horticulture expo has opened in the Netherlands to show the world how to make greener, cleaner, more liveable cities Environment Science Society
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