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For Europe to be sustainable and prosper, its peoples need to feel they belong to something greater than their own nation state. Beyond the economic and political reasons for the…
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Stephen Hawking has famously written that he believes there is no place for God in the creation of the universe. Some would agree with his conclusion. But others still recognise…
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The modern world’s emphasis on a particular type of worldview has created a duality between our brain and body. Healing this disconnect can encourage a more holistic understanding of ourselves…
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Most of us are so used to treating their ailments with pharmaceutical pills of one sort or another that the idea of using plants as medicine would seem outdated. It…
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Visiting countries where the consequences of unsustainable production are highly visible can have a life-changing impact on us. We know it is hard to change the world, but we can…
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Can you reinvent the bow tie? Sublime has found three unconventional Italians that make the most tasteful and fun fashion accessories out ceramics to last a lifetime
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Britain’s flora, fauna and other natural treasures are much most diverse that you’d ever imagine. This season, we curate a small selection of our favourite spots – waiting to be…
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Climate change is often seen through a policy or scientific lens, and solutions are discussed only in political offices, boardrooms and negotiating halls. ArtCop21 launched ahead of the UN climate talks…