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🎙️ New podcast: ‘How to survive the apocalypse’ by Jon Richardson & the Futurenauts

🎙️ New podcast: ‘How to survive the apocalypse’ by Jon Richardson & the Futurenauts

“Are killer death robots from the future already among us?” That’s the sort of question you can expect from the Atlas’s very own in-house ‘Futurenauts’. Sounds dark, but optimism outweighs the cynicism in this quick-witted new podcast about the things that keep us all awake at night. Top selling author and futurist Mark Stevenson and leading sustainability expert Ed Gillespie have

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Meet the fashion mavericks: FutureHeroes Kate Fletcher & Mathilda Tham

Meet the fashion mavericks: FutureHeroes Kate Fletcher & Mathilda Tham

Fashion can put the Earth first. Two academic activists prove how – in a bold new plan. The clothes we wear allow us to express our identity, individuality and creativity, and fashion often plays with fantasy to stunning effect. A darker fantasy lurks within the fashion industry, however: the fantasy of never-ending growth on a

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► Make my May! 31 Editor’s Picks for a spring spent at home

► Make my May! 31 Editor’s Picks for a spring spent at home

Welcome to Groundhog May. In most parts of the world May is a time of joy, when everything seems possible; spring has sprung, swifts and swallows swoop, trees blossom and buds open (in my case, chilli plants). And the birds and bees go for it.  While this spring will be remembered as the one where everything

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‘Back to the true source’: guest post by farmer Abby Rose

‘Back to the true source’: guest post by farmer Abby Rose

 “It has become crystal clear that food is one of the most valuable things in our lives.” Abby Rose was named one of ’50 New Radicals’ by The Guardian and Nesta in 2018 for her work as co-creator of Farmerama Radio, an award-winning podcast sharing the voices behind regenerative farming, and as co-founder of Vidacycle, developing simple apps that

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Get ‘outside’ with the Wonderful Wizard of Minecraft: FutureHero Adam Clarke ⚡

Get ‘outside’ with the Wonderful Wizard of Minecraft: FutureHero Adam Clarke ⚡

Think adults don’t play Minecraft? Think again. Games help solve society’s challenges. Minecraft is a lot more than the biggest video game in the world, with a community of nearly half a billion players. Set inside a map made up of virtual blocks, it’s a game of possibilities that has become a global pop phenomenon, an educational tool

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🌳 AtlasWeekly: fair fashion, easy farming & climate-comedy

🌳 AtlasWeekly: fair fashion, easy farming & climate-comedy

What a week. (Does anyone know what day it is?) This week saw the digital landscape flooded with action: Earth Day turned 50 and went digital for the first time – and Fashion Revolution, the world’s largest fashion activism movement, named (and shamed) the transparency of the world’s biggest brands. As fashion, culture and climate

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► Home alone together: 33 things to read, watch, listen & chill out to

► Home alone together: 33 things to read, watch, listen & chill out to

Good news: Kindness has gone viral. OK, things are definitely weird now that we’re inside for the foreseeable. But on the plus side, the coronavirus outbreak’s crowning glory is a digital tidal wave of sharing, collaboration, mutual support and entertainment.  Volunteering sites like Invisible hands are quickly mobilising communities to pull together to deliver supplies

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5 innovations that prove real heroes wear scrubs ⚡

5 innovations that prove real heroes wear scrubs ⚡

If ever there was a time to get innovative, it’s now. While Tuesday saw World Health Day give respect and support to the people protecting our lives around the world, we all know that all the claps in the world will never be enough. So do everyone a favour: stay at home and read these five amazing innovations from

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Love in the time of corona: stories of hope & action

Love in the time of corona: stories of hope & action

It’s time to work together. It’s time to think creatively. And it’s time to be useful. That’s why we’re collating your stories of real action and resilience in the face of crisis.  This is an accumulative list of the projects rapidly popping up all round the world with one thing in common: facing the coronavirus

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