Tom Broadbent design student at the De Montfort University in Leicester has created a way of harnessing energy from waste water down pipes
Imagine each and every surface under the sun covered with a film that captures light and transforms it into electricity.
'Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.' James Beard (1903-1985)
At this year's Glastonbury Festival, a Playing for Change' band, involving an international group of musicians, performed a powerful set of songs with a wonderful fusion of global influences.
The Carbon Co-Op is a social network that connects people who want to buy low carbon technologies together.
Did you know that young people played a big role in planning and promoting Discover Young Hackney as cultural ambassadors?
Fighting Filth with Forks and Flowers'. Richard Reynolds and a small group of friends go to work to 'green up' London.
The visit of a team of elder statesmen headed by Desmond Tutu to theDarfur region of Sudan is the first practical mission of The Elders,the group launched by Nobel Laureate Nelson Mandela in July.
Co-housing, an idea that first started in Scandinavia, is catching onin the UK. Former Green Councillor Jonathan Sear, winner of TheObserver Ethical Award for the eco-refit of his council house, [...]
Friends Without Borders are now inviting every school in bothIndia and Pakistanto take part and joinin a historic heart-to-heart [...]
Alex Rankin explores how Falmouth is engaging the community [...]
A Welsh, non-profit charity, 'toogoodtowaste', are committed to helping people access quality, affordable, recycled furniture, while reducing landfill and promoting the idea of sustainable living.
Everyone loves laughter, and one doctor in India has taken the concept to a new level. Dr. Kataria created laughter clubs which promote happiness, researching the positive effects of laughter.
The first World Peace Forum assembled in Vancouver, this summer, todiscuss the idea of cities and communities working together to end warand build a peaceful, just and sustainable world.
Positive News recently returned to Worthen CE school, where some of the pupils,Reuben Ruxton, Andrew Davis and Chay Ryan took time to write thefollowing report for us:
Positive News is published in Hong Kong in English and Chinese. And is distributed at central Hong Kong's organic vegetarian cafe, Life.
There is an enormous surprise in the CD charts at the moment: an album of multiplication tables! Brothers, Peter and Christopher Webb, both teachers, came up with the idea of setting times tables [...]
The first World Spirit Youth Council will meet at the 2006 World Spirit Forum. Fifteen international youth leaders met at last year's Forum wanting to foster the future of Spirituality and during [...]
Slowing down in Werfenweng, a model community for car-free tourism in the Austrian Alps.