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World Economic Forum Nov 12
is suffering the 'worst crisis in its history'
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World Economic Forum Nov 13
A pedestrian's paradise. Learn more about what banning cars could do for cities:
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World Economic Forum Nov 10
They must give it to charity instead. Learn more about the fight against food waste:
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World Economic Forum Nov 11
Europe’s dirty air kills 400,000 people every year
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World Economic Forum Nov 12
Deforestation in Indonesia dropped by 60% in 2017, but they're not out of the woods yet
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World Economic Forum Nov 12
Reclaiming the roads. Learn more about cities banning cars:
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Sen Catherine Noone Nov 10
Single use plastic is causing untold damage to our environment. Here's a pack of Tayto over 20 years old which shows how long this stuff hangs around! We need to ban single use plastic in Ireland. (It's a ban I think most people would agree with!)
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World Economic Forum 15h
In this Italian city you get rewarded with beer and ice cream for not driving your car
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Kd verma 14h
We have to our ...✍✍
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Bakhtawar B-Zardari Nov 11
Sindh govt imposes ban on use of plastic bags
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World Economic Forum Nov 12
This is how long everyday plastic items last in the ocean
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Damien Gayle 8h
With a smile on her face and her hands cuffed behind her back, another protester is led away after taking action in their latest protest
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World Economic Forum Nov 14
Where EU air pollution is deadliest
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World Economic Forum Nov 14
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World Economic Forum 7h
This Kenyan school is making water from thin air
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Michael Saunders 43s
ICYMI Benefits of Housing Deconstruction over Demolition
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Jeffery K Smith Nov 13
A 9 year old boy has recycled 39,000 plastic bottles and cans to save sea turtles. He has even bigger plans to help save sick children and the .
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World Economic Forum Nov 14
It could help solve one of renewable energy's biggest challenges. Read more:
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Booteek 27m
How pretty are these handmade bangles?😍 We made 100 of them using scrap batik material for Women's fund Asia🤗
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World Economic Forum 16h
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