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Brooke Borough Photography There’s no better evidence that the gospel of tiny living is spreading far and wide than seeing tiny houses and other small space marvels popping up in far-flung places like France ,
The plastic problem is well documented around the globe, from the petroleum needed to produce it to the fact that every piece of plastic ever manufactured is still on the planet in some form —
David Fernandes, 12, a boarding student from Ripon Grammar School, has received national recognition for creating a smart app which helps rail travellers track and reduce their carbon footprints. Subscribe today Subscribe today for access
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Scotland’s whales & dolphins are at risk from warming seas, pollution & net entanglement. An arduous swim from Mull to Oban kicks off an epic fundraising challenge supporting @HWDT_org to protect marine wildlife & our precious seas.
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30km south of Aalborg is Denmark's most extensive nature reserve, Lille Vildmose. Raised bogs like these are one of the world's oldest living ecosystems, and home to specialised bog plants such as sphagnum moss & sundew.
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