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A Self Care Guide To Helping The Planet

Looking after our planet can be hard work. Here are some tips to avoid burn out and get back on your feet when you're feeling down.

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The Great Barrier Reef Isn’t Listed as ‘In Danger’ – But It’s Still In Big Trouble

It’s not entirely evident why UNESCO decided not to list the Reef as “in danger” at this year’s meeting, given the many ongoing threats to its health.

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What’s the Economic Value Of The Great Barrier Reef? It’s Priceless

Deloitte worked out the economic value of our Reef, but there's something that they haven't taken into account.

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Dr Jane Goodall: Fighting For The World

She’s the ultimate woman – renowned Primatologist, conservationist and UN messenger of peace. We talk to Dr Goodall about chimpanzees, climate change and her hope for the planet’s future.

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This Couple Has Spent The Past 26 Years Nursing A Rainforest Back To Life

The rainforest in South India is now home to more than 200 threatened and endangered species.

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We’re Declaring The Reef In Danger. Here’s Why.

After two consecutive bleaching events, is it safe to say the reef’s in danger yet?

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Four Ways You Can Support Biodiversity

Whether you're doing it by raising your voice,

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The Fair-Trade, Planet-Strong Sanitary Pads Empowering The Women Of Nepal

1 in 5 school girls will miss school during their time of the month because of taboos and immobility during this period. But this idea is working to change that.

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This South Pacific Island Of Rubbish Shows Why We Need To Quit Our Plastic Habit

Researchers have found nearly 38 million pieces of plastic rubbish on Henderson Island, one of the most remote islands on the planet.