A sculpture that follows the movement of an invisible flock of birds

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A 1 hour walk a week is enough to increase your life span.

The latest study released in the British Medical Journal shows moderately intense activities such as brisk walks, gardening or dancing for just 10 to 59 minutes per week was linked to an 18 percent lower risk of death from any cause, compared to inactive people, over the 14-year course of the study, which drew from data on 88,140 U.S. residents age 40 to 85 https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom/even-low-levels-of-leisure-time-physical-activity-lowers-risk-of-death/

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Free breakfasts in schools to fight food poverty

Thousands of students across NSW will be given free breakfasts every morning, with the government to roll-out a program to provide healthy meals in 500 schools. The breakfast clubs will run in partnership with Foodbank, Australia’s largest food relief charity, to ensure children can start each school day with a nutritious meal. www.smh.com.au/politics/nsw/free-breakfasts-in-hundreds-of-nsw-public-schools-to-fight-food-poverty-20190616-p51y6j.html

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Belle’Botanique Allergen Free & Natural Perfumes

Our love of fragrance has been around for millennia. Over time, the way perfumes have been made has changed with the rise of potentially harmful chemicals found in mass market perfumes. Testing conducted by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics found 38 secret chemicals in 17 name brand fragrance products which were not listed on the label. Among them were chemicals associated with hormone disruption and allergic reactions. Belle’Botanique has created a range of Australian made all natural, non-toxic perfumes, including two allergen free perfumes. We can wear our favourite scents and take care of our skin without harming our health. https://bit.ly/2F1aMBC

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TURNING IDEAS ON THEIR HEAD

Sharing negative reviews with purpose. The Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) barely spends anything on bought media, they rely on their activities being disruptive enough to generate their own momentum – and create controversy. Which is why, for Mona’s first ever brand campaign, they did the opposite of what they would usually do. They found their worst reviews, and turned them into ads and called it The Best of our Worst Reviews … The best thing about these reviews is they’re grounded in truth, and in their experience telling the truth is absolutely a risk worth taking. Check out their results.

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Plastic eating fungi that could solve our garbage problem

According to reports, the mushroom’s plastic-devouring properties were first discovered in 2011, when a team of Yale undergraduates and their professor traveled to Ecuador for a research trip. They found the mushroom, microspora, in the amazon and were astounded to find that the fungus not only subsists on polyurethane (it’s the first plant to sustain itself only on plastic), but could do so without oxygen. That means it could be planted at the bottom of landfills and happily eat its fill of plastic for eons to come! https://www.newsweek.com/2014/12/26/plastic-eating-fungi-could-solve-our-garbage-problem-291694.html

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Gender stereotypes banned in UK advertising

A ban on adverts featuring “harmful gender stereotypes” or those which are likely to cause “serious or widespread offence” has come into force in the UK. The ban covers scenarios such as a man with his feet up while a woman cleans, or a woman failing to park a car. The UK’s advertising watchdog introduced the ban because it found some portrayals could play a part in “limiting people’s potential”. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-48628678

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