People in 181 countries came together on 24th October 2009 at over 5,200 events around the world, gathering to call for action on the climate crisis.
The Inspired Action conference will emphasise that when dealing with the challenging topics of our time, it is more important then ever to create a balance between inner and outer work.
Based in Luton, Bedfordshire, Khayaal bring together Muslim andnon-Muslim artists in educational theatre programmes to imaginativelydemonstrate the reconciliation needed in today's world.
The Conservation Foundation is asking parks, schools, gardens and volunteers to join the Great British Elm Experiment and help resurrect the species.
Six firefighters from Shropshire, in the UK, have recently driven a fire engine more than a thousand miles to help a Hungarian community in need.
A health and social care innovation has been unveiled, creating 20 working care farms across Worcestershire, Shropshire and Herefordshire in the UK.
Michael Pawlyn is a pioneer in the field of biomimetic architecture, responsible for some of the world's most intriguing designs.
Landmark moment for a more sustainable future as the nation's first energy micro grid powers up.
A nationwide project documenting healthy Elms has created a map with information from some of the country's dedicated walkers, scientists and conservation organisations.
EarthPositive Apparel boast ethical credentials throughout its production and distribution process. Their products represent the fashion world's latest solution to the threat of climate change.
The 7th Edinburgh International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace will take place 5th-18th March 2010.
One of the most ingenious architects of his time, Mick Pearce is renowned for the design of inexpensive, energy efficient, low maintenance dwellings in tune with their social and economic [...]
Plantlife has been saving fragile habitats since the organisation was founded in the late 80s. To date, they protect over 4,500 acres, with 23 nature reserves located across England, Scotland and [...]
In Eggland, everyone and everything is egg shaped including Eggbert, the star of this new series of books for children. Now Positive News can give its readers a special offer on [...]
Our rainforests are vital to our planet's well-being. Positive News would like to encourage its readers to support this important campaign.
The first beaver lodge to be constructed in the wild for over 400 years has now been built in Scotland, it has been revealed by the Scottish Beaver Trial (SBT) today (4 November 2009).
Clare Harvey, internationally known author of authoritative books on Flower Essences now has a comprehensive website where you can buy the essences and find books on how to use them.
The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world.