‘UK would grind to a halt without migrants’, say economists as thousands celebrate their contribution
The UK economy would lose £328m – or four per cent of total UK daily GDP – if migrants stopped working for the day, according to new research. It comes as tens of thousands of people take part in [...]
As divisive characters take centre stage in global politics, what if prioritising people, planet and peace featured in the job descriptions of more politicians?
Artists and writers created the Love is Love comic book to show their solidarity with the LGBT community following last summer’s deadly attack in a Florida nightclub
As a Swedish trial of shorter working days nears its end, one of the politicians who helped bring it about tells Positive News that the benefits outweigh the costs
The UK generated more electricity from wind than from coal in 2016, new analysis by fact-checking organisation Carbon Brief suggests
At £38bn, the UK’s ethical goods market is now worth twice that of tobacco, new research suggests
The US Army Corps of Engineers announced at the weekend that it would not grant a permit for the Dakota Access pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, a victory for Native American people and [...]
Next week, clothes recycling charity Traid will be urging people to wear secondhand instead of buying new. Could instilling pride in wearing pre-owned clothes help avoid wasteful fast fashion?
Trump is trying to win votes from Hindu Americans but a group of young people have launched an ad campaign of their own, appealing to immigrant family members who might be considering voting for him
Research reveals that England’s children have less positive attitudes to reading than other countries, while a third of adults don’t read for pleasure – and this could be affecting wellbeing. [...]
Thousands of Icelandic women have staged a protest over fair pay, leaving their workplaces early to highlight the country’s 14-18 per cent wage gap between men and women