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France will spend €2 billion to double bike lanes, expand cycling

The French government announced a €2 billion plan to expand cycling infrastructure as part of a broader effort to encourage people to ditch their cars.
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Is water the ‘forgotten piece’ of the climate puzzle?

Obviously, reducing carbon emissions will be key to a more sustainable future, but there are also other issues that will need to be dealt with - like water.

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22% jump in airfares expected as airlines tackle climate change

As the airline industry faces pressure to reduce its carbon emissions—sustainable aviation fuel could help with meeting 65% of targets. It's an expensive process, however, and one that might lead to a 22% jump in airfare for the consumer by 2050.
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7 million U.K. drivers plan to cut back car use for short journeys, finds Kwik Fit

In 2019, 7% of UK car journeys were less than one mile, while a further 17% were between one and two miles. Added together, that’s almost a quarter of all U.K. car journeys being short enough to walk in minutes.

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The planet as a patient: How healthcare leaders are helping to build a healthier world

On Earth Day, we should remember that the health of people and the health of our planet are closely interlinked.
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Public finance apprentices are the future of climate change

Climate change is a complex issue, and it’s no surprise that there are many voices discussing how best to tackle it. So, where does the public finance professional fit in to this complex conversation?

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Healthcare paradox: How the industry designed to keep us well is also making our planet – and our bodies – sick

Healthcare systems undertake a fundamental and challenging mission: keeping us healthy. But true health and wellbeing extends beyond hospital walls and examination rooms. Our bodies and minds can only be as healthy as the environments that nourish them.

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