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‘Make cities home to nature as well as to us.’ Ten ways to support wildlife in urban areas Ten proposals on making cities nature-friendly from the People’s Manifesto for Wildlife, headed up by naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packh... Environment
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London: the world’s first national park city As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions focus, we meet Daniel Raven-Ellison. The former geography teacher has spearheaded the movement fo... Environment UK
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A quiet life: project will map calm spaces to explore noise’s impact on health Residents of Brighton, Edinburgh and Sheffield are being invited to identify outdoor places they feel are quiet, calm or tranquil as part of... Lifestyle Society UK
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London will become the world’s first national park city The status will become a reality by 2019, say those behind an ambitious plan to connect city-dwellers to nature and make London a world lead... Environment
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Must our cities be grey? Meet the queen of colour French-born artist Camille Walala brightens up the streets of London with her signature colourful style Arts Lifestyle Society
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Residents transform ‘drab’ Indonesian village with rainbow facelift A small district in Indonesia has become known as the ‘rainbow village’ Culture Lifestyle
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