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Buy Land. They Ain't Making It Any More

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Let us start with three vignettes: the first, in a pub in Suffolk; the second, in a boat on Borneo’s Kinabatangan River and the third, on a ruined rice paddy in Kerala, India.... Read full article

Seeding the Age of Restoration

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What does it mean to live in right relationship with nature? When we have been conditioned away from our innate, instinctual interdependence with the living systems that breathe us, how do we make the journey home?... Read full article

Tree Tree 8

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One of London’s largest club’s, the 3,000-capacity Studio 338, has announced it will be implementing an array of different measures that aim to vastly reduce its environmental impact, including donating profits and encouraging artists to donate... Read full article

Blackrock and The Amazon

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As fires rage across the Amazon, a report released on Friday (30 August) reveals that BlackRock, the world’s largest institutional investor with $6.5 trillion in assets, is deeply invested in the sectors most responsible for tropical forest...... Read full article

The Green Clean

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This September, CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England) is mobilising almost 20 local CPRE groups, in partnership with other local community groups and passionate volunteers, to clean up local green spaces and countryside... Read full article

Supermarkets and Amazon Fires

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The UK’s Green MEPs have written to leading supermarkets asking them to carry out an audit of their supply chains to identify products on their shelves that have come from the Brazilian Amazon.... Read full article

Understanding Ocean Plastics

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Did you give up eating fish for Plastic Free July? Chances are you probably didn’t, because no one told you the truth about where most of the plastic in our oceans comes from and how our meal choices have contributed to it.... Read full article

Amazon Fires and Deforestation

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Over the past days, forest fires have been ravaging the Brazilian Amazon region. The number of fire outbreaks recorded in the Amazon in 2019 is one of the largest in recent years; between January and August 20, the number of fires has increased 145% ... Read full article

Territory: Our body: Our Spirit

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Today (13 August), more than 2,000 indigenous women leaders from across Brazil will stage a mobilisation in the nation’s capital as part of the country’s first Indigenous Women’s March.... Read full article

Ocean's 8 Brighton

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Ocean’s 8 Brighton pulled off its first heist for Brighton Pride on Sunday 04 August. With the help of 1,000 volunteers, Ocean’s 8 Brighton hosted silent-disco litter-picking on Brighton Beach.... Read full article

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