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“What had been planned for the trees of Western Road symbolises much that was —  and still is —  wrong in neoliberal Britain: privatisation, austerity, national and local governments getting into bed with corporate capital, climate change denial, and ignoring what local communities want.” Alan Story reports for Green World on the campaigner Roy Millington and his efforts to ensure that the trees of Western Road were saved.

Molly Scott Cato discusses building a more equitable economy following on from the pandemic
The WHO has endorsed a Covid-19 vaccine patent pooling proposal, but is expected to encounter resistance
Alan Story explores the race to find a Covid-19 vaccine and how its patenting could price millions out
Sustrans’ Daniel Gillett reflects on the recent government emergency funding for active travel
Holly Barrow considers how the fast fashion industry must reconstruct itself after the pandemic.
Green peer Natalie Bennett reflects on the government’s ‘Plan to Rebuild’ report released earlier this week
Caroline Russell on the walking and cycling networks shaping the future of how we travel.
Alison Tickell discusses how culture can face up to the issues of sustainability and climate destruction