Written in the form of a letter addressed to President Bush, Robert Rabbin tells of his experience of participating in a peace rally at the Civic Centre in San Fransisco, February 17th 2003 and [...]
The most important £40 million arts education programme in a generation is to be launched in Spring 2002. The £40 million initiative will give thousands of school children the opportunity [...]
It seems to me that the problems of our time may be rooted in the loss of connection between the head and the heart, between rational mind and imaginal soul. When we are cut off from our deepest [...]
Noel Lynch, a Green Party member of the London Assembly, brought some good news to the conference, GM Crops: Do We Need Them? Are They Safe? at King's College, University of London in May.
Philippine Greens' 30-day hunger strike against their government's approval of Bt maize ended in May
American author, Jeffrey Smith, paid tribute to British campaigners at the London launch of his book Seeds of Deception: Exposing Corporate and Government Lies about the Safety of Genetically [...]
Imagine, for a moment, stepping out of the inner-city chaos into a magical, enchanted world of trees, flowers and wildlife, just waiting to be discovered, explored and more importantly, enjoyed. [...]
Umbul Umbul Festival Bali, August 27 ñ 29th
In Bali people paint Umbul Umbul flags to proclaim the presence of the gods and signify consciousness at the highest levels. In a country [...]
Monsanto has stopped the commercial development of Genetically Modified (GM) wheat worldwide. The announcement was greeted with jubilation by environmentalists who were already celebrating the [...]
BioRegional and its partner, WWF, have launched a large-scale eco-tourism scheme in Portugal, which replaces a proposal to build a conventional tourist resort.
'I would like this event to be a celebration of what is possible,' said Sir John Whitmore, opening the three-day, inaugural Be The Change event in London. The conference took its name from [...]
A global movement inspired by Gandhi's insight, Be the change you want to see in the world' is gathering pace. 1,000 young people came together last year in Morocco, under the auspices of Peace [...]
Kadampa Buddhists are walking in Yorkshire to raise money for building Peace Temples throughout the world.
'We can build an economy that does not destroy its natural support systems; a global community where the basic needs of all the earth's people are satisfied and a world that will allow us to [...]
Solarcentury has won two prestigious Interbuild Awards, the construction industry's Oscars.
Partygoers in New Zealand can now eat their barbecue food off Potatoplates ñ 100 per cent biodegradable plates, guaranteed not to last!
The BioRegional Group has developed a network of 30 charcoal producers from Cornwall to Scotland.
Hazel Henderson is recording an important, new television series, Ethical Marketplace. It will initially be shown on stations affiliated to America's Public Broadcasting Service and will be [...]
Next time you buy a bag of rice you might think about the purple herons, black-winged stilts and flamingos that live peacefully on an organic farm in one of the most important wetlands in Europe, [...]
Calder Valley are celebrating the defeat of a proposal for a huge open cast mine on Heald Moor and the opportunity to implement an alternative plan for the area.