Tom Bawden, a journalist for the i newspaper, meets the team using octopuses to win over communities in Madagascar by demonstrating cheaply and quickly the power of conservation
Positive News editor-in-chief Seán Dagan Wood introduces Impact Journalism Day, which takes place today. Publications all over the world will simultaneously publish stories about solutions, both driving and reflecting a wider shift in the media
A tattoo artist in Russia is helping domestic violence survivors reclaim their bodies. It helps them believe they can start afresh, finds Manon Masset, reporting for Le Courrier de Russie
Autistic adults often experience difficulty in finding work, but IT consultancy and social enterprise Auticon reports a rise in demand for their skills
Most people in the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain has evolved to work in multiple tongues. If so, asks Gaia Vince, are those who speak only one language missing out?
The O’Neill sisters did not expect the tornado that hit their town in Massachusetts or that recovering from the disaster would change their lives, writes Doyle Rice for USA Today
Plunging into ‘deep time’ using stories of ancient landscapes and a culinary journey too, a retreat next month will explore the origins of the Earth – and humankind. Positive News finds out more from Andy Raingold, co-founder of nature connection social enterprise Change in Nature
The Labour leader has moved ahead in the polls, showing a clear appetite for his positive approach to politics, writes Giselle Green. And it’s not just politicians that need to take note, it’s journalists too
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Introducing issue 89 of Positive News magazine, which explores the possibilities for society when we give attention to what is desired rather than what is feared