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Issue 29 - Maximise

Issue 29 - Maximise

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Peering round the camera lens with a mischievous grin, the sun-scorched face of eight-year-old Mir edges into frame near the beginning of Phil Grabsky’s documentary film The Boy Mir.

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Only by swallowing our pride and teaming up with the big brands will we be able to innovate towards a wholly sustainable, ethical work environment

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A series of major crises that have rocked Britain was recently topped by the Murdoch phone-hacking affair. Anyone now seeking to work a niche interest in a corridor of power had better watch it

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Feeling stuck in a rut, bored with your job – or just glad you’ve still got one? For students and workers in the creative industries, raw talent on its own will never be enough to get on. For the rest of us, we probably could do better

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Social networking has opened up an unimagined dimension of connectivity in our personal life and relationships. in business as well as pleasure, the phenomenon has put us back in touch with ourselves as social beings, transforming our lives for good

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The sight of thousands of refugees fleeing war-ravaged Somalia might leave us feeling helpless. But such images served only to inspire two actors from Ohio who have pioneered a project that has saved many from hopelessness

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It has taken him to wild, inhospitable places. It has led him to witness heartbreaking life situations, both animal and human. But for Heinrich van den Berg, living is about taking incredible photographs, and always has been

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Designer Oskar Metsavaht has always been ahead of the curve. But people are finally starting to catch on to his ideas – both in his homeland and beyond

Sign the petition asking the government to stop attacking the solar industry with new taxes, so we can have a clean, green future > http://bit.ly/2jFx4Qu

Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017