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Issue 31 - Work It Out

Issue 31 - Work It Out

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The history of mass migration to post-war Britain is tackled in John Akomfrah’s hauntingly mournful film The Nine Muses, to understated yet powerful effect.

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Famous for being litigious, to get the results they want, Americans just ‘lawyer up’. When it comes to environment legislation, Europe has a thing or two to learn. James Thornton is just the guy to teach us

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Multi-award-winning soldier turned photographer Troy Mayne sees the underwater world through a lens. He is dedicated to producing high-quality images to inspire compassion for the oceans, and to encourage people to explore and experience his world for themselves. He has vast experience in diving and journalism, and told Sublime about his journey and his passion for life underwater

 

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To a greater than ever degree, people are looking for a more fulfilling experience of community. But for most, joining a fully-fledged commune is a step too far. What if there was an option offering the best of both worlds?

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Growing concern about air travel and our carbon footprint, and what happens to destinations after thousands of guests have tramped through, has caused holidaymakers to think twice about leaving home. Now a new concept in considered tourism is spreading across South America

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The history of the tiny hebridean Isle of Eigg includes a clan feud, a massacre and a succession of eccentric lairds causing misery for the crofting tenant population. Then there was a revolution ...

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As we contemplate a 2012 that is grim from so many angles, let’s turn to the novels of Charles Dickens in this, his centenary year. He’s seen it all before

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Ever wonder how life might be if there were no problems? Hard, isn’t it? Perhaps not, if you really stop and let yourself imagine

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As 2012 gets under way, the battle between the Big Energy boys and the renewables advocates is getting serious, in the face of some truly ridiculous odds. Extreme PR manoeuvres have been in evidence, too

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Never enough hours in the day? It’s amazing how time spent out running – or engaged in a favourite sport – can make those moments stretch, and your body, mind and budget too. 

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Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017