From motion-powered mobile phone chargers to urine-powered electricity; three ways in which human energy is pushing society forward
Think you can read people? You can at the Human Library, an international project that aims to dissolve prejudices by getting people to talk to others they wouldn’t ordinarily meet
“There is a whole world waiting for us, ready to welcome us home,” says environmental philosopher Derrick Jensen. He explains our near-universal belief in the superiority of humans – and the [...]
When type 2 diabetic patients made startling improvements after eating good old fashioned apple pie, eye brows were naturally raised.
The Peace Tax Seven are awaiting a decision from the European Court ofHuman Rights on whether they should be allowed to divert their taxesfrom military to peaceful uses.
For books that give a background to the early pioneering stages of the community or for the Findhorn Garden Book you can click here to find a link to the Findhorn Press.
The challenge of the environmental crisis demands that children are educated to become responsible citizens and environmental decision makers. If young people are to develop the values, skills [...]
The Scientific and Medical Network are organising a conference entitled Sustainable Human Health and wellbeing, The Prince of Wales' Practical Vision in Context, on November 15th to mark the [...]
Mary Robinson, the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights has endorsed the idea that a legal right to a safe environment should be given the same status as the UN Declaration on Human Rights.
Learning maths through origami caught the imagination of young visitors to the Alternatives in Education in London this September