Aliette Jamart's commitment to return orphaned chimpanzees back to the wild in Africa, has led to one of the most successful reintroduction programmes in conservation history.
Emily Burridge founder of the Indigenous People's Cultural Support Trust tells us about her Xavante Tree Nursery Project.
"We wanted to create the first free university in sub-Saharan Africa. Everybody thought we were absolutely crazy."
"Toconfront our dysfunction around money, own it and transform it is oneof the most powerful things we can do to make the world work."
Marrianne Griffin has a vision to get Transition Town Training into mainstream education.
Bagsof Colour is a business project that Beth Shepherd is developing in Sri Lanka asway of promoting sustainable and ethical living.
Good Energy is hosting the fourth Delabole Wind Fair on Saturday 5th July as part if its campaign to promote low carbon living.
Ten well-known fossiliferous Scottish locations have been unveiled in aunique new book by a leading Aberdeen expert on Scottish fossils.
One of the UK's finest marine wildlife sites is set to be protectedfrom damaging scallop-dredging, thanks to the introduction of a 60sqmile exclusion zone in Lyme Bay
This summer sees the return of Harvestival, a series of outdoorexperiences taking a taste of the countryside to people across the UK.
Positive Action is the area we have made on our website for stories that we have received from you, our readers.
Three extraordinary women, working to create a better world for children, have had their efforts recognised by a deserving accolade: the World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child.
Renewable energy enthusiasts across the world were recently focused on Northern Ireland's Strangford Lough, for the installation of the first ever commercial tidal turbine system.
The Big Green Idea is a new charity set up to show people that sustainable living can be really easy, great fun, healthy and inexpensive.
On August 3rd, thousands of Indigenous people from across Canada and North America will travel to the Cowichan Valley to take part in the 2008 North American Indigenous Games.
Ashoka's Youth Venture, an organisation providing support and finance for young people to set up their own social projects, recently helped fund Kyle Taylor's ambitious road trip across America.