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In the late 1970s little was made of the link between health, diet and lifestyle, and the term ‘prevention’ was not used as it is today. Dr Spiezia spoke to Sublime…
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Is it possible to be mercenary and think of others? Social enterprises need a solid ground of consistent profit so that they can continue to give back to the community…
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Ah, the lure of the end-of-summer sale! We keep popping back to our favourite places, hoping for a little more off the price. We’ve selected five sales at sustainable outlets…
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‘Mauritians think in French, write in English and speak in Creole’, explains the groom as he addresses his guests in the grounds of the Château de Labourdonnais
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For more than fifty years international development assistance has been provided to poor countries around the world. In a new book, ‘The End of Development: A Global History of Poverty…
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Sense Organics childrenswear appeals with its excellent quality – and supports social and environmental projects in India, benefiting both the workers and where they live
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At the heart of Latvian textile brand Vuuven is their story. Rooted in folklore, Vuuven’s linens are woven on old looms with patience and love, winning customers’ hearts with their…
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Young people across the EU are moving from villages to the cities, as they always have. In search of work and a better life, they leave unique, ancient crafts and…
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