‘Speak with your mouth full’ says a campaign group touring Wales and hosting feasts made from preventable food waste.
A festival billed as “the world’s most vibrant intercultural exchange of acoustic music, dance, song and ceremony,” returns to Devon this summer
Positive Money is a campaign and research organisation calling for monetary reform. We’re seeking answers to two very important questions, who creates money, and how is it created?
Sing your heart out, waddle like a penguin, bang a drum and roll on the floor laughing – it’s good for you says the founder of a centre in London dedicated to helping adults have more fun
Adam Weymouth journeyed on foot from England to Turkey and found that walking, with an attitude of openness, offered a unique understanding and experience of the world
A permaculture project in South Shropshire is attempting to promote ways of living that are more caring towards all life.
Melanie Strickland attends 6 Billion Ways, an event in London promoting local and global justice, and reflects on its aims
The population of the Greater One Horned Rhinoceros has increased in Nepal according to a national census.
The first environmentally-friendly washing detergent specifically designed to tackle the hard-to-remove stains and smells on sports and outdoor clothing, has been launched by eco-friendly [...]
While politicians tackle the symptoms of an unsustainable economy, we need to call for a complete system change, argues Bruce Nixon
The power of an idea whose time has come is amazing. One such idea is embodied in the word freedom, which has been so much in the forefront of our thoughts in recent weeks
A new marine park covering one million hectares, offers a “beacon of hope for ocean health and human wellbeing”
“The highest education is that which does not merely give us information, but makes our life in harmony with all existence.” Thus spoke Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), founder of the [...]
A magnet to Britain’s best-loved recording artists, The Premises studios in London has played its part in our musical landscape for over 25 years. But the recording studio’s social and [...]
Pippa Bondy, a facilitator of courses on ‘the way of council’ – an ancient indigenous practice of holding speaking and listening circles – explains its value in today’s society
Organisers of National Beanpole Week 2011, which takes place between 23 April and 1 May, have called on the nation’s gardeners to support Britain’s woodlands, and their beans, by switching to [...]
A new search-engine-based website hopes to revolutionise the promotion and public awareness of ‘mind body spirit’ events in the UK.
The wild tiger population in India has increased, according to new figures released by the country's government
Since 1971, when Sir George started the Wrekin Trust with a vision of “spiritual awakening in our time,” many other initiatives have been started and many individuals and organisations have [...]
Schumacher College is the first educational institution in the world to offer a postgraduate programme in Economics for Transition