Top features of the week: September 28

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This week on Blue & Green Tomorrow, Morwenna Kearns explored London Fashion Week, innovation in style and whether runway styles can ever be replicated on the high street.

Charlotte Malone spoke to the Low Carbon Hub about how community energy can benefit local people and the wider economy. We also discussed the UN climate summit, the People’s Climate march and challenges of climate change.

1. UN climate summit: ‘it will take everyone to change everything’

Tom Revell: We live in dangerous and uncertain times. If climate change is the defining challenge of our age, this week will go down as a pivotal moment in history. Read more.

2. London Fashion Week: innovation in style and substance

Morwenna Kearns: London Fashion Week has been and gone for another season, leaving in its wake the usual discussions of politics, good taste and whether runway styles can ever be replicated on the high street. Read more.

3. Ethical retailer of the week: Nkuku

Ilaria Bertini: Nkuku is a fairtrade and ethical company producing stylish and original gifts, accessorises, home and kitchen wares, following socially responsible principles. Read more.

4. Community energy is about putting local power in the hands of local people

Charlotte Malone: As it announces its first share offer, the Low Carbon Hub explains how community energy can benefit local people and the wider economy. Read more.

5. Top ecotourism destinations: Costa Rica

Ilaria Bertini: Costa Rica is one of the world’s most loved green destinations, thanks to stunning natural landscapes that have not been damaged by reckless touristic development, and various tours and activities that travellers can enjoy. Read more.

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