Individuals are making a personal pilgrimage to London from all corners of the country, travelling by foot, tractor and bike to demonstrate their deep opposition to GM crops. On October 13th they [...]
In August Daniel Blackburn was the first person to drive from Lands End to John o' Groats in a car totally powered by vegetable oil. He under-took the journey to highlight the fact that we do not [...]
South London based environmental organisation, BioRegional2, has launched The Laundry a unique office paper and cardboard kerbside collection scheme for small businesses initially in Soho.
Britain's very first purpose-built, passenger-carrying solar boat has been launched on the Norfolk Broads.
An affordable electric car is being offered on a 3-year lease for £4,500 +VAT by Going Green in Leeds.
On 5-6th December speakers from around the world will be gathering at the Open University in Milton Keynes to report on their often extraordinary personal experiences and to seek to unravel the [...]
The Scientific and Medical Network are organising a conference entitled Sustainable Human Health and wellbeing, The Prince of Wales' Practical Vision in Context, on November 15th to mark the [...]
The Schumacher Society, originally inspired by Dr E.F. Schumacher, author of Small is Beautiful, is celebrating 25 years of promoting human scale solutions.
We stand on the verge of a revolution in scientific thinking that will transform the world. This new revolution is not about our understanding of outer space. Rather, it is about our [...]
Once a month people gather in Dorset to sing songs from around the world, also raising money for WaterAid. Big Sing Dorset started in the tiny church of St Mary's at Pilsdon Community, the only [...]
South African, Claire Reid received the prestigious Junior Water Prize from the Stockholm Water Foundation this July.
A Jury of nearly 1,500 parents from around the UK voted in favour of healthy, balanced food for children when eating out. Yellow River CafÈ was awarded the Best Children's Menu Award 2003 for its [...]
Foods we choose determine the quality of life we can expect. Buying and preparing local, seasonal, organic food builds a culture of a caring community and helps create mental, spiritual and [...]
Local food is definitely on the menu, according to Good Food on the Public Plate, a manual for those wishing to introduce sustainable food in the public sector.
Children from 12 primary schools in Norfolk came together for Young People Sing the World, a chance to peep into the wider world of African, Indian, Gospel and Celtic folk song and to sing and [...]
Acorn Bank, a National Trust site in Cumbria, England may be best known for its annual Apple Festival', which promotes indigenous apple species. Experts will be on hand again on Apple day, [...]
Chicken Shed Theatre Company are celebrating 30 years of making the arts available to everyone.
The great potential of solar-powered transport was demonstrated in two very different 10-day events: the first Solar International Rally in India and the 2,300 mile American Solar Challenge.
"Our task is not to overthrow globalisation, it is to capture it and to use it as a vehicle for humanity's first global democratic revolution."
George Monbiot speaking at the European Social [...]
In 1994, when Dounne Alexander faced two life threatening conditions which conventional medicine could not treat, she reflected on her traditional roots, then set about healing herself through [...]