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06 May 2011

 

A magnet to Britain’s best-loved recording artists, The Premises studios in London has played its part in our musical landscape for over 25 years. But the recording studio’s social and environmental credentials are where it really hits the high note

 

Alistair Sawday’s

 
 

Archive

15 Dec 2010

 

Stuffed: Positive Action to Prevent a Global Food Crisis by Pat Thomas RRP £14.99 Stuffed presents a global perspective on food production and agriculture and is proposing a sustainable and fairly-traded path that we can follow to secure food for all and protection for the planet. Essays from respected experts present an overview of the

 
UK First to Make Green from Green
 

/ Archive, Innovation, Renewable Energy

14 Dec 2010

 

Energy from the wind will soon be used to make devices that capture the power of the sun

 
Raw Food
 

/ Archive, Food

14 Dec 2010

 

Kate Magic is author of three books, including 'Eat Smart, Eat Raw'. This article looks at the benefits of a raw food diet and offers a helpful recipe

 
Digital Education for African Children
 

/ Archive, Education, Youth

14 Dec 2010

 

A British charity is making a major difference to the lives of school children in Africa while also supporting their local community in the UK

 
Young People WYSE Up
 

/ Archive, Education, Youth

14 Dec 2010

 

Every summer for the last 20 years WYSE International has been bringing together young people from all over the world to explore their leadership potential

 

World gets to work for biggest day of climate action

 
 

/ Archive, Environment

13 Dec 2010

 

At over 7,000 'global work parties' across 188 countries, citizens set the example and challenged political leaders to get to work on climate solutions

 

British man walks entire length of the Amazon

 
 

/ Archive, Conservation, Environment, Positive Travel

13 Dec 2010

 

Ed, 35, from Mowsley, Leicestershire, has walked the entire length of the mighty Amazon River, from source to sea, over 860 days

 
Brewery Converts Waste to Gas
 

/ Archive, Innovation, Renewable Energy

13 Dec 2010

 

Renewable gas made from brewery and local food waste has been injected into the National Grid from a groundbreaking anaerobic digestion plant

 
Bungay Community Bees
 

/ Agriculture, Archive, Community

13 Dec 2010

 

A Suffolk town has set up England's first community supported agriculture scheme specifically for beekeeping, where members share the honey harvest

 
Communities, Councils Low-Carbon Future
 

Archive

13 Dec 2010

 

Alexis Rowell's new book looks at how councillors and citizens can work together to promote a sustainable future

 
Agricultural Solutions in Africa
 

/ Agriculture, Archive, Innovation

13 Dec 2010

 

Worldwatch senior researcher Danielle Nierenberg spent the last year touring over 25 countries in sub-Saharan Africa in search of agricultural innovations that are adaptive, sustainable and ecosystem-friendly

 

Putting Feet First

 
 

Archive

13 Dec 2010

 

Blake Mycoskie, a 34 year-old philanthropist, has found a way to put brand new shoes on the feet of a million children in need

 

New Course for Sustainable Work

 
 

Archive

13 Dec 2010

 

A new 12-month course is being launched in Bristol to help people find fulfilling employment that has a positive impact on the planet

 

Soil Remineralisation

 
 

Archive

13 Dec 2010

 

By applying the dust of finely ground mineral rich rocks to soil, its fertility can be increased, explains Callum Coats

 

The Ormus Effect

 
 

Agriculture, Archive

13 Dec 2010

 

Roger Taylor, PhD, BVSc, proposes that a little-known series of elements has the potential to improve the soil and increase crop yields

 

Success for Young People at Climate Talks

 
 

Archive, Youth

10 Dec 2010

 

Policy supporting climate change education and increasing the involvement of young people in UN negotiations, is approved at Cancun climate talks

 

World's Largest Marine Reserve

 
 

Archive

08 Dec 2010

 

The Chagos Archipelago, in the Indian Ocean, has become the world's largest marine reserve

 

Solar Boat Goes Around the World

 
 

Archive

07 Dec 2010

 

The biggest solar boat in history, the T˚ranor PlanetSolar is currently circumnavigating the globe to prove that sunshine is the fuel of the future

 

UK Schools Save British Fruit

 
 

, / Archive

07 Dec 2010

 

Children across the UK are establishing traditional orchards within their school grounds in partnership with their local communities