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France tackles the fast fashion industry, world-first AI legislation, big drop in UK middle-aged cancer deaths

France tackles the fast fashion industry, world-first AI legislation, big drop in UK middle-aged cancer deaths

In the latest issue of Squirrel News, discover how France is pioneering world-first laws to tackle fast fashion’s effects, MEPs are endorsing pioneering AI regulations, and a UK study is unveiling a drop in middle-aged cancer fatalities.

World’s largest sand battery, bald eagles nest in Toronto for first time, urban food forest in public park

World’s largest sand battery, bald eagles nest in Toronto for first time, urban food forest in public park

In the latest Squirrel News update, we’re kicking off Monday with a mammoth sand battery set to reduce a Finnish town’s carbon emissions by nearly 70%, the historic debut of bald eagles nesting in Toronto, and the urban food forest project bringing healthy food to public parks.

Rehabilitating Panamanian prisons, decarbonising the EU, the farmers ditching factory farming

Rehabilitating Panamanian prisons, decarbonising the EU, the farmers ditching factory farming

In our latest update before the weekend, we delve into the transformative efforts of an initiative breathing new life into a Panamanian prison, explore new pledges contributing to the decarbonisation of the EU, and spotlight farmers who are making the shift away from conventional factory farming practices.

Spain bans short-haul domestic flights, France to make abortion a constitutional right, Finland halves suicide rate

Spain bans short-haul domestic flights, France to make abortion a constitutional right, Finland halves suicide rate

In the last Squirrel News update ahead of the weekend, we delve into Spain’s recent decision to prohibit short-haul domestic flights, the French Senate’s move to constitutionally safeguard women’s right to abortion, and Finland’s achievement in cutting its suicide rate by half.

The cities swapping concrete for nature, robot exoskeleton, Michigan repeals decades-old anti-union law

The cities swapping concrete for nature, robot exoskeleton, Michigan repeals decades-old anti-union law

In today’s issue of Squirrel News, we delve into the eco-friendly transformations happening as a growing number of urban areas opt for greenery over concrete, explore the advancements of robot exoskeletons, and celebrate the dismantling of anti-union legislation in Michigan.