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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

02 Oct 2014

 

Commuting is tedious and time-consuming, but what if we stopped to explore the places we blindly hurtle through every day?

 
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/ Economics & Innovation, New Economics, Positive Money, Positive Perspective

08 Sep 2014

 

Ben Dyson talks about the progress made by Positive Money in sparking the debate about monetary reform over the past four years

 
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/ Good Business

04 Sep 2014

 

Set to launch in October, Solarbox aims to revive London's iconic red phone boxes with solar and mobile technology. Co-founder Kirsty Kenney discusses the inspiration behind the idea and the ups and downs of starting a business while studying for a degree

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

27 Aug 2014

 

The Brighton and Lewes Downs have become the first place in the UK to be declared a UNESCO biosphere reserve in nearly half a century

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

14 Aug 2014

 

A new eight-day workshop visiting social enterprises in India is designed to propel career-sick individuals into meaningful work. Aaron Millar chats with the founder, Rosie Walford

 
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/ Positive News blog

09 Aug 2014

 

By 'rewilding' nature and society we can forge a hopeful path through modern crises, said the journalist, speaking at Wilderness festival

 
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/ EcoHustler

07 Aug 2014

 

Abundance is the natural state of the world and we can improve the lot of humanity while also allowing the biosphere to thrive, says Matt Mellen

 
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/ Pies and Principles

06 Aug 2014

 

Our latest selection of cafes and restaurants that put ethics on the menu. This time we visit one cafe that uses its profits to provide work placements for disadvantaged young people and another that gives retired women the chance to volunteer and socialise

 
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/ Arts Review

01 Aug 2014

 

Amy Smith rounds up some of the country's most intriguing exhibitions to visit this autumn

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

29 Jul 2014

 

To reignite her creativity, musician Emma Jay Ashton is sailing around the world, recording songs in a mobile studio on her boat

 
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/ Blogs, Positive Travel Blog

23 Jul 2014

 

New research suggests that actively seeking out the unfamiliar through travel can help the creative process, explains Aaron Millar, who visits a town in the Nevada desert where cowboys gather to recite poetry

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

16 Jul 2014

 

For a responsible family holiday to the Catalan coast, Alice Grahame takes the new Paris-Barcelona train, and doesn’t compromise on her principles

 
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/ Good Business

11 Jul 2014

 

Life is too short for boring, repetitive exercise, say Charlotte Roach and Rosemary Pringle, the founders of Rabble, a company that creates crazy team games for adults looking for ‘funner fitness’

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

02 Jul 2014

 

After years of isolation Myanmar is now open to tourists. Sustainable tourism expert Richard Brownsdon makes a visit and comes back with tips on how to see it responsibly

 
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/ Positive Psychology

01 Jul 2014

 

Taking charge of our life stories brings more joy than amassing the tick-box list of items commonly associated with happiness, says Chris Johnstone

 
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/ Pies and Principles

26 Jun 2014

 

Our choice of cafes and restaurants that put ethics on the menu. This month we check out a vegetarian cafe with a Rudolf Steiner social ethos and a cafe helping the homeless by offering on-the-job training

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

18 Jun 2014

 

What would you do if you could do anything? Jamie Bowlby-Whiting asked himself the same question and decided he wanted to be ... a pirate

 
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/ Positive News blog

12 Jun 2014

 

By cultivating our intrinsic values we can build society around what matters most to us, says Seán Dagan Wood

 
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/ EcoHustler

11 Jun 2014

 

Drug addicts should be cared for, not condemned, says Matt Mellen, who believes adopting more considerate attitudes will pave the way for a sustainable future

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

04 Jun 2014

 

Environmentalist Matt Mellen travels across Cambodia in search of the endangered Mekong River dolphin, and finds the inspiration to fight for their protection