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View Q&A: Sustainable fishing could be of immense benefit to humanity
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Coming hot off the heels of Milan Design Week, it's International Design Day. Euronews Culture takes a look at the hottest trends in interiors to come from the Salone.
Zero-waste chef Max La Manna shares his tips for cutting food waste
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EU vows to crack down on greenwashing with new rules for labels
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The EU's new proposal to fight textile pollution has to get it right
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Ryanair weakens green claims after warning from Dutch regulator
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