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- BBC News reveals the 10 golden rules for tree-planting, from selecting the right area for reforestation to using tree seeds that can adapt to a changing climate.
- As school closures continue, the Mirror speaks to children aged 5 to 16 about how lockdown is affecting their learning and mental health.
- On its mission to become a circular business, Ikea will begin offering spare parts to its customers, to prolong the life of its products, according to the Financial Times.
- In the biggest ever opinion poll on climate change, two-thirds of people think it is a “global emergency”, with strong support for renewable energy in nations where fossil fuels are a major source of emissions.
- A Totaljobs survey reveals that 89% of workers are looking for or considering a new job this year, driven by fears surrounding career security and unemployment.
- Wired explores the inception of CubeLynx, a corporate finance consulting firm that aims to recruit and train financial modellers who are neurodiverse, to capitalise on their untapped talent.
- Business Green reports for the first time, more electricity in the UK came from renewables than fossil fuels during 2020.
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