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Since the Glasgow Climate Pact was signed, media portrayals of COP26 have been polarised between framings of success and failure. But in order to sustain and increase political pressure, we must move away from binary thinking and bring more nuance into our communication.

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A low-impact eco-community near the picturesque coast of Pembrokeshire in South Wales. It uses renewable energy, grows its own food and lives in harmony with nature according to permaculture principles. Learn more about the history of this fascinating community, their present-day work and uncertain future.

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Findhorn is a spiritual community and eco-village which has inspired thousands of people since its beginnings almost sixty years ago. Rooted in an intimate connection with nature, it is a global centre of sustainability education which demonstrates how we can live in harmony with the land.

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Braziers Park is a unique intentional community taking a progressive approach to education through creation. At 70 years, it is the oldest surviving secular community in the UK. Learn more about this magical place in Oxfordshire, its history and philosophy in this new series.

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In recent weeks, people across the UK have been taking to the streets to fight against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts bill. How does the police crackdown bill affect women and why is it important to take action now?

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Five years after the Paris agreement, many of us still avoid taking climate change seriously. What role do cultural identity and psychology play in climate denial and how can we inspire the changes we need to see?

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Wildfires, a melting arctic, rising sea levels – many will recognise the deep unease these headlines create within ourselves. While concern about the future is a normal response, an increasing number of people experience profound feelings of depression and grief relating to the environment.

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Like many children, I didn’t like going to school. Teachers tended to not like me because I was a bit of a troublemaker. But my mother was a progressive woman. She wanted her daughters to be educated because having an informed opinion was more important than doing housework. Here’s my story.

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It’s hard to stay engaged with the movements and causes we care about. Identify what type(s) of activists you are and figure out how you can have a sustainable impact in the movements you’re passionate about!

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In recent decades, rates of depression have exponentially risen to become the second leading cause of disability worldwide, closely followed by anxiety. At the same time, we are faced with the pressing issues of social inequality, environmental destruction and climate change.

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Humans function through relationships and feelings. If our relationships and feelings are not ok we just can’t “function”. So today, I will share with you an experience that changed the way I see education and the way I teach.

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