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With #OperationNotForgotten, the Tassie Nannas have now raised enough money to resettle three refugees, who've been cruelly held in Australia's detention regime, in Canada;  the ACT has begun to offer free rego and zero interest loans for electric

vehicles; and thanks to $600,000 of community fundraising, the kelp planted in Australia's first Marine Permaculture Project are now 10m in length. These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• Rochester's Inner Loop highway, which destroyed homes and businesses and divided the city in the 1950s, has been filled in and the neighbourhood slowly stitched back together. Now almost 31 other cities are considering removing their highways. Read more at NY Times

• Indonesia won't approve any new coal-fired power plants and is imposing carbon taxes and a carbon trading scheme. Read more at Bloomberg

• The ACT has begun to offer free rego and zero interest loans for electric vehicles. Read more at The Driven

• A 225 hectare (556 acre) predator-free wilderness reserve in the heart of New Zealand's capital is becoming home to many endangered species as it works to restore the valley to its prehuman state. Read more at BBC Future Planet

• With #OperationNotForgotten, the Tassie Nannas have now raised enough money to resettle three refugees, who've been cruelly held in Australia's detention regime, in Canada. Read more at Tassie Nannas

• 2040: The Regeneration, The Intrepid Foundation and the Climate Foundation raised $600,000 to develop Australia's first offshore regenerative seaweed Marine Permaculture Project. A year later the kelp planted in Storm Bay, Tasmania, are now 10m in length. Read more at 2040: The Regeneration

• Mexico City, one of the world's biggest cities, outlawed single-use plastic in 2019 - read about the challenges and uniquely Mexican solutions at Yes!

• A secret Wollemi pine replanting program since the fires, to increase this critically endangered tree's chances of survival has won an international award, Read more at SMH

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