20,000 turn up in Brighton to watch the annual fire and lantern parade.
Motorists in Bishop's Castle, in South Shropshire, look likely to be among the first in the country able to fill up with locally produced biodiesel at their local garage.
Kate Grubb was appalled by all the waste generated by holiday makers whobring supermarket-bought food. She matched a '29,000 Rural Enterprise Scheme Grant and built an Eco Cabin on the family's [...]
Next Generation Design Competition
Metropolis seeks to identify the next generation of Big Ideas by the next generation of designers.
Deadline: January 15, 2006
Metropolis seeks [...]
Davis Wasdell looks at the climate change, solutions and actions that can be taken to prevent it.
For every positive' story, there is of course a negative' downside - so we will get that [...]
Children all over the UK are being celebrated as Champions due to a new initiative which promotes safe cycling and walking to school. Launched by the sustainable transport charity, Sustrans, to [...]
The first World Spirit Youth Council will meet at the 2006 World Spirit Forum. Fifteen international youth leaders met at last year's Forum wanting to foster the future of Spirituality and during [...]
Stephen Simon, well known Hollywood film producer and co-founder of the Spiritual Cinema Circle, has taken up the challenge of directing a film version of Neale Donald Walsch's Conversations with [...]
The Goi Peace Foundation, organisers of The Creating a New Civilisation Forum, put forward the idea that new systems supporting it should be based on four pillars: Sustainability, Systems, [...]
Professor Govindrajan Padmanabhan, a distinguished biotechnologist from the Indian Institute of Science has received an award for his pioneering research into a cure for Malaria using the humble [...]
Herefordshire-based company, Flights Orchard Organics, was established by John Davenport and Mike Hamilton over ten years ago, as a way of providing fresh, organic food as locally as possible. [...]
Over the past year, the sales of organic products have seen huge growth. The organic foods market, now worth 1.2 billion pounds has witnessed an 11 per cent increase on the previous year, [...]
A non-profit natural spring water company has been launched to supply the UK's demand for bottled water in a responsible way by giving its profits to clean water initiatives.
Women in the Essaouira region of rural Morocco have been given a new lease of life, while preserving the country's oldest' of inhabitants, thanks to a co-operative run exclusively by women.
Plans unveiled for wave power station off Welsh Coast. The floating device works by channelling waves into a reservoir above sea level and uses turbines to generate hydro-electric power.
A company is showing it is possible to produce cosmetics and toiletries without using damaging chemicals. Charlotte V¯htz, founder, says: 'Manmade chemicals are found everywhere and, combined [...]
A report from the First Annual Conference of the American Monetary Institute in Chicago.
What a birthday party! 130 people from 22 countries on every continent came together to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Global Ecovillage Network, GEN. They left full of inspiration and [...]
The World's only Minister for Renewable Energy, Vilas Muttemwar, Honourable Minister for Non Conventional Energy Sources in India, has received 2005's World Wind Energy Award for all his [...]
What do good governments do when something everyone needs to survive becomes scarce? Do they allow an unregulated market to decide who gets it and who does not? Of course not, says Richard [...]