Photographer Simon Bray explains why he started Loved and Lost, an online project for people to tell the stories behind photos of loved ones who have died
International Year of the Reef began in 1997 as a response to the increasing loss of coral reefs and their associated eco-systems, such as mangroves and sea grasses.
New research has discovered that organic fruit and vegetables are better for the heart and general health than conventionally grown crops.
In one of the world's most successful recovery programmes, lasting two decades, the Mauritius Echo Parakeet has been brought back from the brink of complete extinction.
If loving, caring, empathy and wisdom were qualities which made people famous, Bina Gibson would be known worldwide.
We are sad to report the sudden death of one of the trustees of Global NET, which supports the Youth and Education pages in Positive News. David Gillett was widely known as the main visionary [...]
The Global Biodiversity Challenge, in London in May, drew over 120 participants from 46 countries representing governments, international and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), academia and [...]
At this summer's Breath of Life conference, pioneer of natural birth, Michel Odent posed the question, 'Can humanity survive obstetrics?' The answer to this question is an unequivocal yes' with [...]