A new campaign sets out to end discrimination against Gypsy and Traveller communities, the ‘last respectable form of racism’
Though it has been characterised by negativity, the US presidential election race has also brought women’s rights sharply to the fore. Does it show that sexist rhetoric will no longer be tolerated?
More than 70 charities back the campaign, which calls on government to understand the real reasons people struggle
A crowdfunding campaign in the US is attempting to raise $660m to buy The Tribune Company, which owns publications including the LA Times, in order to prevent it from being taken over by media [...]
A Frenchman has reached the halfway point in a kayaking voyage from Tunisia to Brussels, where he hopes to present a petition for asylum seekers’ rights to the European Parliament
The government is getting ready for a huge sell-off of our national forests to private firms. Advocacy group, 38 Degrees is concerned that this will lead to forests being auctioned and fenced off
Climate Squad, a youth volunteering programme, now has more than 3,000 16-25-year-olds creatively working together to build a sustainable future
The Zero Carbon Britain Report ñ is this our blueprint for the future? Find out at an event held at the University of London students Union and organised by the Campaign Against Climate [...]
From sowing mustard and cress to harvesting a pumpkin, the Royal Horticultural Society 'RHS' is giving 2.5 million children an opportunity to enjoy the wonders of gardening
10:10 is an ambitious project calling for all sectors of British society to work together in achieving a 10% cut in the UK's carbon emissions in 2010.
An innovative scheme to cut emissions has recently been launched by a small parish in East Hertfordshire, Brickendon Liberty.
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 [...]
People around the world are uniting for the planet with a strong call for environmental action just six months before the crucial United Nations climate change talks in Copenhagen.
Six year old Marcus Marcus, was outraged when he heard about sharks having their fins cut off to make soup. Immediately, he decided to take action.
Students meet the Prime Minister of India to demand Climate Action.
Does it bother you that politics is so unimaginative, dreary and adult'? Do [...]
A billion trees planted by the end of the year ñ that is the aim of the 2007 Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign. With support coming in [...]
The World Disarmament Campaign AGM and Spring Conference 2007 will be held on 31st March 2007
On 15-16th October, a protest entered the Guinness Book of WorldRecords, when over 23.5 million people stood up against poverty.Organised as part of the United Nation's Millennium Campaign, the [...]