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2 months ago

Artful inclusion

ARTHOUSE Unlimited gives people living with epilepsy and learning disabilities the opportunity to create artworks, which are then developed into designer products for sale Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
2 months ago

Roots manoeuvres

When he began training for marathons, Carl Adams turned to his friend Steve, a fitness expert who persuaded him to swap the gym for the forest. It had quite a transformative effect. Continue Reading

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Responsible consumption and production
3 months ago

Making a fashion statement

Brighton-based enterprise creating a network of sewers, tailors and designers upcyling donated fabrics Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 months ago

Doctor who invented 18 medical devices

Consultant Dr Jagdish Chaturvedi is not your typical healthcare professional. He's also an entrepreneur. Continue Reading

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Gender equality
3 months ago

Women and girls fight back

A project in Bangladesh’s Narsingdi district is one of several making inroads on women’s rights, despite a wider conservative backlash that has proved deadly Continue Reading

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Climate action
3 months ago

Growing food in -30c

The Arctic farmer growing food in the most northerly major human settlement on Earth Continue Reading

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Responsible consumption and production
3 months ago

Charity income streams

Plymouth resident Gareth Chugg provides free refills of chilled and filtered water at festivals in the south-west Continue Reading

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Sustainable cities and communities
3 months ago

The ‘holy grail’ of plastic?

Scientists create material that can be recycled over and over again Continue Reading

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Decent work and economic growth
3 months ago

From the streets to the studio

When the Crouch End arts festival in north London collaborated with a local homelessness hostel in 2013, there were some unexpected results. Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
3 months ago

Mumbai’s dedicated LGBT clinic

After reports of transgender people being refused treatment, a new centre offers specialised services – and respite from discrimination Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 months ago

Afghan book clubs bloom

Reading groups are springing up across Kabul, broadening youthful horizons in a country where books are often censored. Continue Reading

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Life on land
2 months ago

A talk on the wild side

If you’ve ever thought that owls are particularly beautiful and impressive birds, then you are not alone Continue Reading

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Decent work and economic growth
2 months ago

Artful inclusion

ARTHOUSE Unlimited gives people living with epilepsy and learning disabilities the opportunity to create artworks, which are then developed into designer products for sale Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
2 months ago

Roots manoeuvres

When he began training for marathons, Carl Adams turned to his friend Steve, a fitness expert who persuaded him to swap the gym for the forest. It had quite a transformative effect. Continue Reading

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Responsible consumption and production
3 months ago

Making a fashion statement

Brighton-based enterprise creating a network of sewers, tailors and designers upcyling donated fabrics Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 months ago

Doctor who invented 18 medical devices

Consultant Dr Jagdish Chaturvedi is not your typical healthcare professional. He's also an entrepreneur. Continue Reading

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Gender equality
3 months ago

Women and girls fight back

A project in Bangladesh’s Narsingdi district is one of several making inroads on women’s rights, despite a wider conservative backlash that has proved deadly Continue Reading

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Climate action
3 months ago

Growing food in -30c

The Arctic farmer growing food in the most northerly major human settlement on Earth Continue Reading

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Responsible consumption and production
3 months ago

Charity income streams

Plymouth resident Gareth Chugg provides free refills of chilled and filtered water at festivals in the south-west Continue Reading

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Sustainable cities and communities
3 months ago

The ‘holy grail’ of plastic?

Scientists create material that can be recycled over and over again Continue Reading

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Comment
Share
Decent work and economic growth
3 months ago

From the streets to the studio

When the Crouch End arts festival in north London collaborated with a local homelessness hostel in 2013, there were some unexpected results. Continue Reading

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Reduced inequalities
3 months ago

Mumbai’s dedicated LGBT clinic

After reports of transgender people being refused treatment, a new centre offers specialised services – and respite from discrimination Continue Reading

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Good health and wellbeing
3 months ago

Afghan book clubs bloom

Reading groups are springing up across Kabul, broadening youthful horizons in a country where books are often censored. Continue Reading

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