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    Influencing the Policy Agenda

    Tuesday 2nd June

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    Wildflower Walk

    Saturday 27th June
    RSPB Portmore Lough 1 Georges Island Road Aghalee BT67 0DW
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    Management of Extreme Events in Lakes and Catchments

    Tuesday 30th June
    Muirhevna Building, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Rd., Dundalk, Ireland
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    Rules to end throwaway culture 11 March 2020

    New rules could spell end of ‘throwaway culture’ (via BBC)

     
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    By Roger Harrabin

    New rules could spell the death of a “throwaway” culture in which products are bought, used briefly, then binned.

    The regulations will apply to a range of everyday items such as mobile phones, textiles, electronics, batteries, construction and packaging.

    They will ensure products are designed and manufactured so they last – and so they’re repairable if they go wrong.

    It should mean that your phone lasts longer and proves easier to fix. That may be especially true if the display or the battery needs changing.

    It’s part of a worldwide movement called the Right to Repair, which has spawned citizens’ repair workshops in several UK cities.

    Read more via BBC