Lush Times

The latest international news and current affairs, focused on human rights, animal rights, ethics, the environment and conservation.

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How climate change is provoking clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria
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No Tern Unstoned: Merging Sainsburys and Asda is good news for the owners… and bad news for everyone else
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Ireland decides the future of abortion laws
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Teaching permaculture in refugee camps
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No Tern Unstoned: Losing the Muscle from Brussels risks leaving the environment protected by a Paper Tiger
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Regenerating Palestine
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Hey Siri, who’s making my mobile?
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How gender pay gaps happen (and what we can do to close them)
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Field Notes: Vanilla In Crisis
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Mind-Reading Algorithms are Stealing our Democracy!
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Science shows how permaculture could be the sustainable future of farming
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No Tern Unstoned: Why turning Nature into just another commodity is wrong
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Field Notes: Re-greening in Ghana
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Exposing the spy who loved me
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Andy Tsege is home
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Spycops Scandal: Why police spying on campaigning citizens should be exposed
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Building on Scrublands will not solve the housing crisis
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The UK’s Brexit Bill may yet have to provide proper replacement (of EU) measures for Environmental Justice
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Why Climate Change Is A Burning Issue
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Chris Packham's Bioblitz will help determine what wildlife we have left in the UK
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Soapbox: Pants of Protest
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Why campaigners are protesting Trump’s UK visit
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Wildflowers find a new home at the Eden project
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Turkey’s Refugee Rose Pickers
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The New Environment Bill: golden opportunity, poisoned chalice or dead duck?
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The sorry state of biodiversity in the UK
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First course of Gove’s green Brexit has been placed on the table
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Farming’s mental health crisis
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Be part of the Re-generation: Spring Prize 2019 launches
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Uganda's refugee camp gardens
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Backwoodsmen out in force for Parliament farm debate
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Bolsonaro - the Brazilian Presidential candidate promoting intolerance
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The Techfugees Summit: Creative Tech Solutions for Refugees
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Lessons from the San José de Apartado Peace Community
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Using money to support activism
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Gentlemen farmer MPs oblivious to rise of meat-free diets
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London Mayor calls on employers to pay Living Wage
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Outer M25 plan rears its ugly head...again!
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Fighting animal testing with the Lush Prize 2018
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Is the end of animal testing in sight?
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Why agroecology should be part of the future of UK farming
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Field Notes: A sea of miracles
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Biotime: Why nature connection and activism go together
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The sad demise of Natural England
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The ‘false prophets’ of climate change
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Woodlands and Wellbeing
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The ideology that drives homelessness
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Fighting for LGBT+ rights in a Kenyan refugee camp
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The UN Climate talks ‘Groupthink’ cannot save us - we need citizen action!
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Thoughts on the Oxford Real Farming Conference 2019
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Lush really does put the whole fruit in ...
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A spiritual connection to nature
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Come on Michael Gove - Actions speak louder than words!
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The true cost of cotton
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The need for change in what we eat
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Cotton: from seeds of suicide to fibre of freedom
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Talking mycelium
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Accountancy cannot save nature
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The circularity gap
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Rewarding regeneration: The Lush Spring Prize 2019 shortlist
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Put a beaver in your river
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The real impact of a No Deal Brexit
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Strike for the Climate!
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Keeping your edge
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Time in nature helps our children’s mental health
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Why the appointment of Tony Juniper as chair of Natural England is a good thing
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A thing of the past...?
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World Water Day
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Protecting the pelicans of Atanasovsko Lake
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A net loss...?
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Marine permaculture could be a key climate change solution
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Campaigning for a humane asylum process
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Biased reporting and illegal shooting?
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Vote for nature
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Cause of death: An event in Brumadinho Part II
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Beekeeping in Brazil: Working with nature to restore the ecosystem
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Why recycling alone will not clean up the planet’s plastic pollution problem
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The story behind aloe: Maasai women empowering girls
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Human rights in the digital age
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The cost of cheap food
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The case for rewilding Britain
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The hen harriers flying in the face of wildlife crime
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Field Notes: The Tiny House Warriors
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Rewarding regeneration: The Lush Spring Prize 2018 shortlist is revealed
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No Tern Unstoned: Why farming without using nitrogen is one of our biggest challenges
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Time to stop the seal slaughter
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The campaign to stop the war on wildlife
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Conservation - who decides?
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Guardians of Planet Earth: Protecting Biodiversity in Africa
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Saving Sumatra: Orangutan rescues and regeneration heroes
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SOS Sumatra: A new life for an ex-palm plantation
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A Gentler Way of Beekeeping: Part II
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How a Batwa pygmy tribe is returning to its forest traditions
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The confusing world of wildlife protection
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The earth that holds us
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There’s a new magazine in town
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Preserving Maasai culture: nature has the answer
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The moon is the heart
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Crossing paths
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