Environment

Image for What went right this week: ‘Historic’ law to turn Welsh farming sustainable, plus more
What went right this week: ‘Historic’ law to turn Welsh farming sustainable, plus more A new law in Wales will see farmers paid to enhance ecosystems, research hots up on cold water swimming, plus more positive news Economics Environment Society
Image for Nature restoration: what is it and how can it help us reach net zero? Positive.News | Brands of inspiration
Nature restoration: what is it and how can it help us reach net zero? A key part of net zero strategies is to regenerate and restore nature. But what does the natural world have to do with emissions? Written in partnership with Triodos Bank
Image for The label you touch to know if your food’s gone bad – and the woman pioneering it Positive.News | Brands of inspiration
The label you touch to know if your food’s gone bad – and the woman pioneering it Best before dates aren’t always accurate. Luckily, Solveiga Pakštaitė’s solution is Written in partnership with Green Alley Award
Image for The retrofit boom: the builders who won’t just knock it down and start again
The retrofit boom: the builders who won’t just knock it down and start again As the construction industry moves towards a more sustainable future, is it time we stop knocking down buildings? Economics Environment Sustainable Development
Image for How AI is helping to save the Amazon
How AI is helping to save the Amazon Machine learning gets a bad rap, but when harnessed for good, it can supercharge environmental work, writes Martin Wright Environment Science Technology
Image for Right to roam: a campaign to ramble freely in England
Right to roam: a campaign to ramble freely in England A growing movement across England aims to challenge trespass laws with poetry, picnics, and joy Democracy Environment Politics
Load more

Popular articles

image for 5 possible solutions to overpopulation

5 possible solutions to overpopulation

What went right this week: ‘Historic’ law to turn Welsh farming sustainable, plus more

The label you touch to know if your food’s gone bad – and the woman pioneering it

Help us break the bad news bias

Positive News is uplifting more readers than ever. 

But to continue benefiting as many people as possible, we need your help.

If you value what we do as the world’s most inspiring news source, and you can afford to, please consider making a regular or one-off contribution as a Positive News supporter.

We need 1,000 readers to contribute just £3 per month, to help us keep our journalism available to everyone, while showing the media industry that good news matters.