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30 COVER FEATURE Theatre and therapy: how Mark Rylance is trying to change the world, and himself, for the better



Microwave like the Michelins 56 Top chefs on how to cook your way through the cost of living crisis

Ancient apple orchards trading carbon credits 62 The Normandy apple farmers trailblazing a carbon offsetting scheme

Music for the masses 65 Why communities are clubbing together to buy their local music venues

We need to be rebellious and creative enough to confront a liberating truth: that nature is alive. Humans are not the centre of things, nor do we exist apart from nature

A foot in the door 38 A simple policy is helping cities across the world to see an end to homelessness

Guardians of the wild 44 The Indigenous leaders winning huge victories for the planet

The woman helping the rich get poorer 52 The new wealth redistribution advisory f rm building a fairer economic system

Councils leading on climate action 54 The pioneering councils slashing emissions and helping people go green p44

Reconnecting Syrians with literature 66 With books now a luxury item, one man has launched a roadside library

Small business, big potential for the planet 68 It’s not just big corporations hitting net zero, the little guys are going green too


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