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22.03.2019
Restoring biodiversity through rewilding

Rewilding might not be perfect or completely true to lost primeval worlds, but it does offer a positive way forward to bring back wildlife and restore vital natural processes.

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13.03.2019
A Walk on Europe’s Wild Side

A look at the past, present and future of rewilding that makes the case for restoring natural wonder to both country and city.

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17.10.2018
A Fair Share: Reclaiming the Commons with Basic Income

Drawing on the experience of the Alaskan oil fund, this interview unpicks the links between basic income and ecological sustainability.

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15.08.2018
The UK Plastic Crisis Unwrapped

Public momentum to tackle plastic waste is strong in the UK, but political barriers stall further progress.

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06.08.2018
The Road to the New Plastics Economy: Complexity Ahead

The EU is taking small steps to combatting plastic pollution, yet truly changing our relationship with plastic calls for rethinking consumption-based growth.

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10.07.2018
Plastic promises: industry seeking to avoid binding regulations

As the EU acts on plastic pollution, industry lobbyists are upping their game in an effort to water down proposals.

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06.07.2018
Sustainable Plastic? The Bioplastic (Com)Promise

In a world where plastic objects are almost unavoidable, we asked an advocate for bioplastics whether they can truly offer a sustainable alternative.

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05.07.2018
Beyond Recycling: Rethinking Plastic From the Ground Up

An interview with plastic waste campaigners who call for curbs on plastic production to effectively contain plastic pollution at source.

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04.06.2018
Oceans in Crisis: Gambling with Our Future

The combined crises of global warming, pollution, and overfishing are laying waste to the oceans. International action is needed to rescue them.

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05.01.2018
Our Sustainability is Someone Else’s Disaster: Cities and the Environment

Are smart techno-managerial solutions the perfect alibi for resource extraction and inequality in our cities? We talked to author and academic Maria Kaika about the way that green technology so-called solutions are sometimes anything but, and can displace real action.

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