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Curbing piped music in public spaces; Twitter banning hate speech; and coal consumption declining

Piped Down in the UK is inspiring a global movement to curb piped music in public spaces; Twitter is banning hate speech and abusive content; and every major country in the world except India reduced its consumption

of coal last year.

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• VIDEO: How Twitter is banning hate speech and abusive content. View here and read more here

• How every major country in the world except India reduced its consumption of coal last year. Read more here

• How dying malls and empty shopfronts around the U.S. are providing opportunities for more productive community spaces and environmental restoration. Read more here

• How Piped Down in the UK is inspiring a global movement to curb piped music in public spaces. Read more here

• How a county in Oregon shows that planning, pruning, making land a buffer and eliminating wood underfoot and on roofs cuts losses from natural wildfires. Read more here

• How Khoo Teck Puat hospital in Singapore uses nature as a healing process and has won the first annual Biophilic Design Award. Read more here

• How Hobart City Council has severed ties with financial institutions that support the fossil fuel industry. Read more here

 

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