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Ordinary people are at the heart of new projects to turn the tide on marine damage and biodiversity loss.
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A dozen coastal wind turbines at dusk
In less than 30 years Europe must transform society and industry from an energy supply largely based on hydrocarbons, which contribute to climate change, towards a clean energy system based on renewables and low-emissions energy generation.

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River barge
Hydrogen and battery-powered barges, tugs, container ships and ferries for inland waterways will help lower emissions from shipping.
Big cities have a lot to learn from communities that live simpler lifestyles based on livestock raising. Image credit: David Mark via Pixabay
Lessons in resilience and adaptability for urban communities are filtering in from the edges of the city and beyond.

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MERLIN podcast
The MERLIN podcast follows the EU-funded MERLIN project for a behind the scenes look at some of the continent’s most ambitious freshwater restoration projects carried out through cutting-edge aquatic science and conservation.

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BIG BANG
When we look through space, we're looking back in time. In theory, if we looked in any one direction far enough with a very powerful telescope, we'd be able to see the Big Bang happening all around us. This mind-boggling factoid and much more with the Naked Scientists.
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