The Oval House's youth arts programme aims to give young people fromall across south London a chance to explore their creativity, by givingthem basic skills in dance, music and drama.
This week sees the official launch of LetsAllShare a ground-breaking website dedicated topromoting the many practical, economical and environmental benefitsthat can be gained by simply sharing [...]
Gaia University action learning for appreciating and challenging the whole person.
The case for transition towns was discussed on the highly popular radio programme ' the Archers ' on Saturday March 24th.
Dorset Wildlife Trust has been awarded £176,000 funding by v ñ theyouth volunteering charity, to get young people positively involved intheir communities.
In celebration of the Second International Year of the Reef, Reef CheckAustralia and Project AWARE are running an International 'What do coralreefs mean to you?'
Buglife will be at The Real Food Festival this April to spread the word about how crucial bugs are to food production.
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Nine years ago 450 South Africans shared a luncheon together on onelong table, perched on the slopes of Table Mountain. Their aim was toshow the country and indeed the world that a unified people [...]
Green Fins are on a mission to protect the South East Asian reefs by applying eco-friendly rules to tourism.
The Good Karma Drive team have embarked on a quest to change a corner of the world by raising awareness of the need for good education for marginalized children in North India.
This year New Zealand is joining the Tap Project's cause with the hope to raise funds during the week of April 5th - 11th.
Since the early 90s we have been able to enjoy the delights of Fairtrade tea and coffee. Now you can go one step further and buy ethical shoes.
With increasing awareness of eco building techniques, alongside adesire to make our homes healthier, the benefits of using naturalrenders and paints are being rediscovered.
We live in an oil-dependent world but most of us avoid thinking aboutwhat happens when oil runs out, or becomes prohibitively expensive.
Miserable world. Miserable life. Switch on the TV. It's all doom andgloom. Newspapers are crammed with depressing stories... but is thesituation really that bad?
What can the adventures of Harry, Hermione, Ron and Dumbledore teach usabout ourselves? Do stories contain essential knowledge for a rich andhappy life?