Ever thought about planning your own funeral? Suzanne Bearne – who has arranged hers – asks: are we beginning to engage more openly and honestly with death?
Meaningful travel is about more than being a responsible tourist; there are mental health benefits too
As Nasa’s rover Curiosity seeks to answer the question ‘Is there life on Mars?’, scientists elsewhere have found the first evidence of a planetary body outside our solar system that was [...]
New data shows that the UK is taking promising steps towards a happier society, but we must redefine our idea of success if we are to truly nurture our wellbeing
UK ranked 10th happiest out of 27 European countries
A new database cataloguing sea life, including more than 6,000 previously undiscovered creatures, is now available online
Roger Taylor, PhD, BVSc, proposes that a little-known series of elements has the potential to improve the soil and increase crop yields
Copenhagen has become the first city in Scandinavia to adopt a mandatory policy that requires all suitable new buildings to have roofs covered with vegetation
The wellbeing of people in the UK is to be measured and the findings used to inform future government policy
Nic Marks proposes that the government's plans to measure wellbeing mark a significant step forward
An interview with Roz Savage; the first woman to row solo across the Pacific, from the United States to Papua New Guinea
The Crossing Worlds Programme is a bridge for all peoples to learn from and be inspired by the living Earth.
The Turning Point: a return to community is a positive, inspiringdocumentary about our transition to a low-carbon future, exploring thevital role of community in the creation of a life-sustaining [...]
President Evo Morales Ayma of Bolivia is calling for a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth.
Despite the outcome of the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, young people are making progress in protecting their futures.
Indian company Thunk, is making fashionable products out of discarded rubbish while supporting underprivileged communities.
In 2004 a Joanna Macy workshop 'The Work that Reconnects" was mysaviour. At the end of a few days I just knew I had to work for thebetterment of this beautiful planet!
An adventurous family from the Forest of Dean are setting out on the trip of a lifetime in their 30-year-old double-decker bus.