If you want to meet positive like-minded people in your local area where do you go? How do you find them? This is a question we asked ourselves two years ago here in the West Midlands.
From July 10th to 15th August, Tribe of Doris, a summer school and festival in Devon, will offer workshops in drumming, dance, and voice, featuring inspirational teachers from across the globe.
Two more communities in the UK, Brixton and Stroud, have launched local currencies following Totnes and Lewes.
Presidents Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone and Liberia's Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, recently met to officially open their new Trans-boundary Peace Park.
A new National Park has been approved by Hilary Benn, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 60 years after the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act was first [...]
A project for young people living in rural Shropshire has recruited teenagers from right across the county, the Unzipped project sought to discover the issues that affect people in isolated [...]
A small grassroots organisation, in Pakistan have created a conservation icon, uniting local communities and saving the straight-horned Markhor a breed of wild goat in the process.
Green Living Technologies, a socially responsible and innovative landscaping company, have been taking advantage of an often forgotten space to grow plants - walls.
Platform2 is a new and exciting, global, volunteering experience, fully funded by DfID, the Department for International Development.
American Bird Conservancy and partner group FundaciÛn ProAves, have recently established the first private protected area to help the critically endangered Fuertes's Parrot.
Trees for Life has recently announced its successful purchase of the10,000 acre Dundreggan Estate in Glen Moriston, in the ScottishHighlands.
Positive Action is the area we have made on our website for stories that we have received from you, our readers.
Australia is nominating its most important sites for World Heritage listing them as some of the most meaningful places on earth.
A remarkable 'invasion' has been happening in the limestone hills of the Lancashire/Cumbria border. In less than a decade, no less than seven species of butterfly, new to the area, have begun to [...]
Coin Street is an early model of what can be achieved when local people take matters into their own hands.
Richard Spiegel, a self-described flower child from the 60s, is founder of the Volcanic Island Honey Company and, according to National Geographic Magazine', he makes some of the best honey in [...]
The seventh Rainforest 10k Fun Run was held in London's Regents Park on 16th September 2007, in aid of the Rainforest Foundation.
Richard Spiegel, a self-described flower child from the 60s, is founderof the Volcanic Island Honey Company and, according to ‚ÄòNationalGeographic Magazine, he makes some of the best honey in [...]