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Don’t miss: The Climate Coup looks at the finance of climate change

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The Climate Coup sees author Mark Alizart lead a discussion about the politics and finance of the climate crisis at the French Institute in London at 6.30pm BST. A free livestream will be available on Facebook and YouTube.

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Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow at RHS Chelsea Flower Show from 21 September is Charlotte Smithson’s hydroponic artwork, which draws on ecological research about how we can each help restore balance with the natural world.

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Eating to Extinction is a habit that has already robbed the world of thousands of delights, says campaigner Dan Saladino; we must reclaim food’s genetic diversity before it is too late. Look out for a full review soon.