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While nature is good for the body and mind, nature-based solutions are being adopted into urban renewal projects to mitigate the effects of climate change and create healthier communities.
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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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Jean-Eric Paquet has been at the helm of the Horizon programme and DG Research and Innovation for the past four years. He will shortly leave to take up the role of the EU’s ambassador to Japan in September 2022. In his final interview with Horizon Magazine as Director General, Paquet reflects on European research and innovation globally and considers the future of collaboration in science research with Japan.
A passenger with a bicycle waiting for a train on a platform.
Our consumerist economy constantly prompts us to buy new things to find happiness, even when it's unsustainable. Sufficiency is a burgeoning idea that calls for buying less material goods and finding fulfillment in sustainability.

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This week the Naked Scientists set out to understand the vaping boom. They look into how it impacts people's smoking habits and overall health. 
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