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This year, for the first time, the Green Festival is working in partnership with Festive Ludlow, in an endeavour to support and incorporate a green theme' into the existing carnival.
A Green Fashion Show will take place at the Feathers Hotel in Ludlow on Thursday 25 May. Forming part of the Ludlow Green Festival, the Fashion Show offers an evening of entertainment and ethics.
The concept of an Earthship' is one of complete sustainability, abuilding that is able to produce it's own energy and clean water.Already been built in the U.S, for the first time an Earthship' [...]
On Saturday 8th April Sustrans celebrated the final phase of The Chalkand Channel Way' in Kent, a major arts project and part of the NationalCycle Network.
Circo Kernow, a project in Cornwall will give young people the chance to have fun and gain new skills: training in circus arts and video-making.
Schools in Bolton and Lymm were recently celebrating, after receiving funding from the DTI's Major Photovoltaic Demonstration Programme to fit solar energy installations onto their buildings.
A group of Baka Pygmies are leaving their rainforest home to embark on their debut tour of the UK alongside the world-renowned band, 'Baka Beyond'.
Letter from a subscriber, telling us about the 'health promoting' activities taking place at his local school.
Fairtrade producers gathered in Hong Kong to attend Fairtrade fair and symposium', publicising green industry and ethical buying.
Purple Mountain, the mountain bike hire company based in North Yorkshire have recently taken over the Mountain Bike Centre and Courtyard cafÈ at Dalby Forest.
If you go down to The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) this Easter, you're in for a big surprise!
A huge crowd is expected to gather in the Centre of Bristol for the 4th annual Bristol Vegan Fayre on Saturday June 10th 2006.
Organised by the Somerset Trust for Sustainable Development (STSD), the Homes for Good Exhibition 2006, which took place from 17-19 February at the Somerset College of Arts and Technology, was [...]
The Green Fair has been in operation since 1987, attracting nearly 15,000 visitors each year making it the UK's most successful one-day green family event!
The GAIA foundation is inviting everyone to participate in a new series of weekend workshops, based at their centre, based in Hampstead, London.
Gordon Brown recently released his tenth, and most environmentally conscious budget to date.