Peace festival brings together young people from across Pakistan, empowering them to work towards peace
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.
The third annual Paddle for the Peace event, hosted by West MoberlyFirst Nations and the Peace Valley Environment Association, attracted347 paddlers in 166 boats.
Plans to create a co-housing community of around 30 homes in Bridport, Dorset, are developing positively.
The Cooking Bus is on a five-year tour, teaching young people and community members basic cooking skills.
Background Information and web resources for National Beanpole Week
From how to keep bees to how to make cheese, the Soil Association isoffering the opportunity to learn from master bakers, butchers andbeeswax candlestick makers in a revival of all things rustic.
New research has discovered that organic fruit and vegetables are better for the heart and general health than conventionally grown crops.
Students across the country are invited to enter their environmentally friendly designs for an Eco-Innovation Award.
'The right sustainable farming methods could take us half way toward the carbon reduction we need to save the planet.' Soil Association's [...]
Olive Co-operative has recently announced the launch of "Trees For Life". This partnership offers the public the opportunity to sponsor the planting of olive trees in Palestine.
Josephine Farley and Craig Sams, the founders of Green & Black's Chocolate, have embarked on a new venture. They have turned Judges Bakery in Sussex into a one-stop organics shop.
The Food Commission has been lobbying the government to introduce new statutory regulations to ban junk food marketing aimed at children. A website that takes a no-nonsense approach to informing [...]
The 60th Anniversary Conference of the Soil Association was a coming of age for the UK's organic movement. The Association was founded in 1946 by a farmers, scientists and nutritionists.