The traditional hero narrative in stories has wreaked havoc with the world’s delicate balance, says Greta Rossi. Now it’s time to reclaim the original intention of the heroic tale, for the [...]
Being able to trust can create a powerful foundation for reframing how we see the world and taking more purposeful actions in our lives, discovers Jini Reddy at the Findhorn New Story Summit
In January, Peace Child International staged a pilot of their new musical, Peace Child - Alpha Omega.
Recognising the need for ecological restoration, a local group in Scotland have set about transforming a barren valley.
One of the world's greatest migrations is to be re-enacted next year, using ancient seafaring skills and a fleet of handmade traditional canoes, known as Vakas.
The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world.
Chalice Well: the Story of a Living Sanctuary is a timely book,published in this the 50th anniversary year of the Chalice Well Trust.
Transition Culture are delighted to announce the launch, on the 23rd May, of In Transition' an hour-long documentary about Transition.
British actress Joanna Lumley has narrated a new film for the tribal rights charity Survival International.
Do you enjoy acting and performing and are you interested in doingsomething about global warming? If so, this is an exciting opportunityfor you to combine the two.
After the success of last year's Arvon Course, Positive News and Global NET are offering another 15 young writers, aged 16 - 25 years, the opportunity to take part in 2009's positive journalism [...]
Welsh schoolboy, Tomas Turtle, was so captivated when he heard an Irish folk story, that he remembered and re-told it to win a National storytelling competition.
Harriet Lamb, Executive Director of the Fairtrade Foundation, was recently named 'Ultimate Eco Queen' at Cosmopolitan's Ultimate Women of the Year Awards.
Garden Organic, the UK's leading organic growing charity, are great believers in allotments.
William Kamkwamba 14, living in a village in Malawi, with no electricity, has made an astounding achievement by building a power-generating windmill.
International Women's Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the achievements of some of the women World Vision work alongside.
Puppet State Theatre Co Present The Man Who Planted Trees at the Wyeside Festival.