Fire and Ice 2009 is a powerful three-day cross-cultural gathering of deliberation, ceremony, and celebration, to delve deep into the welfare of the world.
On April 26th the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra will be going green by staging an Environmental Prom.
Over the past 15 years, Spain's Navarre region has undergone an energy transformation.
Celebrating the Power of Conversation to Change the World, Conversation CafÈs will be held all over the globe to promote awareness, caring and action.
In a bid to get the world's leaders to 'fight climate change not war', environmentalists will be using carbon neutral travel to promote a pollution free world.
The Green Achiever Scheme has been set up to enable companies todemonstrate their green credentials.
Now a not-for profit group called Sandbag are buying Carbon Credits to help speed the Green Revolution.
Breakthrough Network has been the focal point for holistic, sociallyresponsible enterprise since 1988. Now the network has been transferred online.
Sound Investment is a scheme run by the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and encourages people to invest in musical masterworks of the future.
This pledge to help the global climate and environment was created at the 2008 Global Youth Leadership Summit in New York.
Elections for the Youth Parliament are currently taking place all overthe country. There are over 500 seats up for grabs, with vast numbersof young people, aged between 11 and 18 years, standing [...]
Positive News has set up a group on the social networking site, Facebook, to raise awareness and create an online network of people sharing positive news.
Vital lessons are being learned in Dhaka by involving local people in discussions with poverty researchers from the Brooks World Poverty Institute Manchester.
Native crayfish claws its way back from the brink of extinction.
Young people from across Shropshire and the West Midlands are protesting in an attempt to get university fees scrapped.
The National Trust's You, Me & The Climate project is looking foryoung people aged 16-19 from across England, Wales and Northern Irelandto take on the challenge, and become Climateers in 2009.