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Philosophy lessons lead to better behaviour, Kings Run returned to Aboriginal owners and bacon a 'no-no' in Belgium's new food guidelines

Philosophy lessons appear to be leading to better behaviour and marks at Malabar Public School in Sydney; a significant piece of the Tarkine in Tasmania,

Kings Run, will be handed back to its traditional Aboriginal owners thanks to funding from the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC), the Bob Brown Foundation, the Tasmania Land Conservancy and a large donation from the founder of the Wotif travel website, Graeme Wood; and Belgium's new food guidelines prioritise tofu, legumes, oils, vegetables and grains, and put bacon beside cookies and cake.

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• How Belgium's new food guidelines prioritise tofu, legumes, oils, vegetables and grains, and put bacon beside cookies and cake. Read more here

• How cap-and-trade to reduce emissions seems to be working in California, with the most successful auction of permits ever. Read more here

• How Rosemary Morrow, from the Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute, has won Advance Global's Food and Agriculture Award. Read more here

• How philosophy lessons appear to be leading to better behaviour and marks at Malabar Public School in Sydney. Read more here

• How Amsterdam is reclaiming its historic centre for residents by banning tourist-focused retail shops and attractions. Read more here

• How Tasmania's shy albatrosses have begun using the artificial nests scientists have created to boost their populations. Read more here

• How a significant piece of the Tarkine in Tasmania, Kings Run, will be handed back to its traditional Aboriginal owners thanks to funding from the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC), the Bob Brown Foundation, the Tasmania Land Conservancy and a large donation from the founder of the Wotif travel website, Graeme Wood. Read more here

 

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