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Blue Tap water purifier tests start in Africa

Blue Tap water purifier tests start in Africa

Blue Tap water purifier tests start in Africa

Future 20 NGO addresses clean water challenge from UN sustainable goals mission


‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

‘Eyesore incinerator could be threat to health’ inquiry hears

Campaigners have spoken out at a public inquiry about their fears if a massive waste incinerator is built on their doorstep

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‘Generation nepocide’ unites to stage XR blood protest in Cambridge: Gallery

‘Generation nepocide’ unites to stage XR blood protest in Cambridge: Gallery

‘Generation nepocide’ unites to stage XR blood protest in Cambridge: Gallery

Extinction Rebellion scales up climate change alarm - and has concerns for Christmas


Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

Hinxton parish council worried about the scale of Wellcome's expansion plans

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‘We find you not guilty’: XR protester cleared of criminal damage charge

‘We find you not guilty’: XR protester cleared of criminal damage charge

‘We find you not guilty’: XR protester cleared of criminal damage charge

Shire Hall graffiti damage justified because 'immediate protection' of environment was necessary


Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

‘Dismantling the Fossil Fuel University’ published by Cambridge Carbon Zero Society


Trees and water: Youth strikers look to Cambridge council

Trees and water: Youth strikers look to Cambridge council

Trees and water: Youth strikers look to Cambridge council

Councillors back marchers at Guildhall petition - but carbon-zero city by 2050 'too late'

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Westminster to have final say on controversial Waterbeach incinerator plans

Westminster to have final say on controversial Waterbeach incinerator plans

Westminster to have final say on controversial Waterbeach incinerator plans

Residents still fighting to have the whole project scrapped but developers Amey insist their plan is best for the county


New low emission cars will put the squeeze on Cambridge taxi drivers

New low emission cars will put the squeeze on Cambridge taxi drivers

New low emission cars will put the squeeze on Cambridge taxi drivers

New low emission rules on cabs are set to come into force in April 2020

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Start-up's 1p sanitary towel wins at Houses of Parliament

Start-up's 1p sanitary towel wins at Houses of Parliament

Start-up's 1p sanitary towel wins at Houses of Parliament

Cambridge PhD Jennifer Jia's product, made from discarded fast fashion items, wins grant


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