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Progress for young people suing Trump administration, new truly biodegradable plastic and solar heading to 1c/kWh

An appeals court has ruled against the Trump administration as it tries to block 21 young plaintiffs who are suing the federal government for its failure to protect them from global warming

harm; a new technology is turning food waste into truly biodegradable plastic and solar is heading to 1c/kWh before 2020 after Mexico sets record low.

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• How a new technology is turning food waste into truly biodegradable plastic. Read more here

• How an appeals court has ruled against the Trump administration as it tries to block 21 young plaintiffs who are suing the federal government for its failure to protect them from global warming harm. Read more here

• How solar is heading to 1c/kWh before 2020 after Mexico sets record low. Read more here

• How to build a veggie raingarden to reduce stormwater runoff. Read more here

• How a new University of Melbourne innovation turns old tyres into permeable roads and pavements. Read more here

• How the Australian Museum has launched a new smartphone app to track the sounds and location of frogs across Australia so that citizen scientists can help conservation efforts. Read more here

• How technology now enables owners of solar panels and batteries to feed their surplus power into a network of other residents with batteries and then share the energy when they need it. Read more here

• How a new movement is growing in Russia to involve the community in creating great public spaces. Read more here

• How neuroscience is revealing that stories may be able to change your brain. Read more here

• VIDEO: How we need to harness the joyous fun cooperative side of humanity for 'the big fix'. View here

• VIDEO: How a store has opened dedicated to backyard farming in urban areas. View here 

• VIDEO: How a street in Bristol closes once a week to become a children's playground. View here

• EVENT: Blackheath Community Farm Spring Harvest Picnic and Garlic Sale on Sunday 26 November. Read more here

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