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This Country’s Millennials are Least Likely to Drink and Drive Than Any Other Age Group

Driving safely is now cool – at least, according to this new report on Canadian millennials. The study, which was commissioned by Beer Canada’s Partners for Safer Communities initiative, says that British Columbian citizens between 18 and 35 years old are the least likely to drink and drive. 82% of

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Two Villages Emerge From Poverty – and Pollution – With Online Sales

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Free Solar Panels to Be Installed on 800K Low-income UK Households

Over 800,000 low-income houses in England and Wales are to have free solar panels installed on their rooves over the course of the next five years. The $208 million (£160 million) initiative, which is being financed by the Dutch firm Maas Capital, is expected to save the residents an average

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Kenya Attacks Plastic Bag Problem With Toughest Ban in the World

After 10 years of debate and delay, Kenya has finally approved the world’s strictest plastic bag ban. Th ban punishes the import, manufacturing, or selling of single-use plastic bags with either 4 years in jail or a $38,000 fine. While authorities are currently enforcing the legislation amongst retailers and manufacturers,

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