A new project, the first of its kind globally, will see rubbish otherwise bound for landfill turned into clean aviation fuel
Is it possible to ‘hack’ your own happiness? Helen Parnham investigates how emerging technologies can improve wellbeing
Jini Reddy travels deep into the French Pyrenees on a solo wilderness quest that promises respite from the emotional and physical distractions of modern life. Can she get by with only her thoughts and nature’s whisper for company?
Kay Morris-Robertson thought she had everything she wanted when tragedy struck and changed her life forever. She tells Aaron Millar how she undertook an 80,000 mile journey of healing, travelling across all 50 states of America, from A to...
Whether it is traders refusing to sell them food for fear of touching contaminated coins, or religious leaders turning them away from mosques and churches, Ebola survivors risk being marginalised. But grassroots groups in Africa are helping to nurture...
Amy Smith rounds up the best art exhibitions to see this season
Just 33 metres beneath London’s streets a subterranean farm is taking root. Using the latest technology, micro-salad is being grown in a network of forgotten air raid shelter tunnels
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When Dominique Harrison-Bentzen lost her bank card on a night out in Preston, the man, known only as Robbie,… Read more
George Monbiot: Not only does nutrient-rich whale poo help reverse the effects of climate change – it’s a remarkable… Read more
It is thought to be a one-of-a-kind: tucked away in a multicultural, working-class suburb of Bern stands a house… Read more
Negotiators have stopped trying to win a binding international agreement on carbon emissions. Now it’s up to the people… Read more
When Ebola ends, the people who have suffered will need many things, including mental health care. Read more