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What went right? January-June 2019 Fed up with news of political chaos? Here's our roundup of 20 top stories of progress from 2019 so far Society World
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Good figures: progress and possibility in numbers From a drop in the sale of fossil-fuelled vehicles to a significant reduction in global poverty, we take a look at some good figures from ar... Environment Society World
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The all-female farming co-operative in Benin The group want to pass on their traditional knowledge to their daughters Agriculture World
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What went right in 2018 It's been a year of ups and downs, including a tweet-obsessed president and EU uncertainty. But not everything went wrong – from conservatio... Society
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What went right? July-September 2018 This summer has seen deadly wildfires and US withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council. But, from the end of a decades-long conflict in Af... Society UK World
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What went right? January to March 2018 From shootings in the US to humanitarian crises, the first three months of 2018 have seen many challenges. But behind the headlines are insp... Economics Environment Lifestyle Science Society
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