This year British youth music is celebrating its tenth anniversary. It is the UK's largest children's music charity providing fundingformusic projects and activities.
The most recent evidence on both climate security and energy security reveals an urgent situation. Solutions do exist and a conference at the Centre for Alternative Energy will be exploring [...]
Changemakers invite you to join in with a international challenge to seek the best green solutions to preserve World Heritage sites.
Through this autumn festival The Tree Council aims to inspire everyone, particularly school children and families, to gather seeds, fruits and nuts and grow the trees of the future.
The new Darwin Centre is set to open to the public on 15th September. To mark the launch, there will be a special event attended by HRH Prince William.
There is only a little time left this season to visit the delightful Kew Palace which closes for the Autumn and Winter months on 27th September.
Rescued hens from battery farms that have temporarily lost their feathers are being given designer jumpers, thanks to a group of creative volunteer knitters.
Flavio Deslandes is a renowned Brazilian designer, now based in Denmark. Since 1995, he has been perfecting a range of hand-built bamboo bikes and in May this year, he launched his very first [...]
David Holmgren, co-originator of the permaculture concept, explains theethics and design principles as thinking tools for creativelyresponding to our future on a finite planet.
In A New Science of Life, the author, Rupert Sheldrake, argues thatphenomena become more probable the more often they occur ñ that natureis habitual.
In Herbs For Home Treatment, Anna proposes that herbs are the mostnatural form of medicine and offers the reader a comprehensive guidefor using them to treat common illnesses and improve general [...]
A Forest Garden Year provides further insights into Martin'sspectacular patch of land, as he leads viewers around his plot andguides them through its stages of productivity within the year's cycle.
Kate Lock is a self-confessed shopaholic. Reluctantly addicted tosupermarkets, there came a point when she decided to find a way out ofthe guilt-trip' that was her weekly shop.
Richard Heinberg's new book, Blackout, highlights our reliance on coaland exam-ines the implications, looking at tough energy questions thatare set to be crucial to the first half of this century.
Following the success of Positive Energy in 2008, the conference organisers have set up Positive Energy 2, which will run from 3rd-9th October, at the Findhorn Foundation, in Scotland.
Community Supported Agriculture, creates a relationship of mutual support between a farmer or grower and the people who eat their produce.
The UK Renewable Energy Strategy 2009' was published this summer. The document recognises the country's need to increase its use of renewable energy.
A washing machine has been developed at the University of Leeds, which uses only 10 per cent of the amount of water required by a conventional machine.
Residents of the Isle of Eigg, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides, are leading the way in environmental action.