Installed in Nottingham in December, it contains water, food, hygiene items and books, and can be accessed by homeless people around the clock via key cards
Our belief about whether our actions can make a difference is influenced by the news media, explains positive psychology researcher Jodie Jackson. Often we’re left overwhelmed, but stories can [...]
Between the established circles of ‘old power’ and the thriving yet young dynamism of ‘new power’, it may seem society is caught in stalemate in enacting real change. But as Noa Gafni shows, the [...]
Climate Squad, a youth volunteering programme, now has more than 3,000 16-25-year-olds creatively working together to build a sustainable future
Stuffed: Positive Action to Prevent a Global Food Crisis by Pat Thomas RRP £14.99 Stuffed presents a global perspective on food production and agriculture and is proposing a sustainable and [...]
At over 7,000 'global work parties' across 188 countries, citizens set the example and challenged political leaders to get to work on climate solutions
The biggest ever day of positive action on climate change is set to take place on 10th October 2010.
Anne de la Vega explores how Practical Action are transforming the lives of people in remote areas.
Three years and eight months after unleashing the Transition Town project, Totnes in Devon has produced the UK's first comprehensive Energy Descent Action Plan.
Young people in Honduras are using new media to voice their rights
Through their International Eco-Hero Awards scheme, Action For Natureis acknowledging the inspiring work of exceptional young people aroundthe world.
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.
New film 'In Transition 1.0' documents history in the making. It is an overview of what the Transition movement is beginning to achieve, using fictional characters and actual footage to put its [...]
Living in the small, biodiversity-rich Panchgani in western India, it is not surprising that Devansh Mathur was inspired to pick up a camera to protect the land he loves.
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.
Our rainforests are vital to our planet's well-being. Positive News would like to encourage its readers to support this important campaign.
'Inspired Action aims to raise awareness of the crucial link between inner wisdom and outer action,' says Margo van Greta, conference organiser.