Archived articles from 2006

 

Fair Trade Sails into View

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

Fairtrade producers gathered in Hong Kong to attend Fairtrade fair and symposium', publicising green industry and ethical buying.

 

On your Bike at Dalby Forest

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

Purple Mountain, the mountain bike hire company based in North Yorkshire have recently taken over the Mountain Bike Centre and Courtyard cafÈ at Dalby Forest.

 

Easter at CAT

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

If you go down to The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) this Easter, you're in for a big surprise!

 

The Bristol Vegan Fayre 2006

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

A huge crowd is expected to gather in the Centre of Bristol for the 4th annual Bristol Vegan Fayre on Saturday June 10th 2006.

 

Homes for Good 2006:"The best event yet"

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

Organised by the Somerset Trust for Sustainable Development (STSD), the Homes for Good Exhibition 2006, which took place from 17-19 February at the Somerset College of Arts and Technology, was heralded the "best event yet" by exhibitors.

 

Kingston Green Fair

 
 

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06 Apr 2006

 

The Green Fair has been in operation since 1987, attracting nearly 15,000 visitors each year making it the UK's most successful one-day green family event!

 

GAIA Learning Centre

 
 

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05 Apr 2006

 

The GAIA foundation is inviting everyone to participate in a new series of weekend workshops, based at their centre, based in Hampstead, London.

 

How Green is Brown?

 
 

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04 Apr 2006

 

Gordon Brown recently released his tenth, and most environmentally conscious budget to date.

 

Right From The Start

 
 

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15 Mar 2006

 

This remarkable new publication, The Right From The Start Handbook: Promoting Children's Well-Being in the Primary Years, acknowledges young children's well-being as paramount.

 

The Gourmet Gardener

 
 

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15 Mar 2006

 

Bob Flowerdew, organic gardener and broadcaster, has no time for hard work. He likes to enjoy his garden and enlist nature's help in its upkeep. In his book he reveals everything you need to know in order to grow and prepare the very finest flowers, fruits and vegetables wihout unnecessary hard work.

 

Woman

 
 

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15 Mar 2006

 

Woman is a limited edition, hardback, publication that comes with an accompanying instrumental CD called Aubade. The music complements and reflects the series of oil paintings, each of which expresses a concept, poses a question and contains an answer.

 

Student Recycling is on the Up!

 
 

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14 Mar 2006

 

Over 185 halls of residence in London have been visited by recycling experts, as part of a campaign started by London mayor Ken Livingstone.

 

GAIA Weekend Workshops

 
 

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13 Mar 2006

 

The GAIA foundation is inviting everyone to participate in a new series of weekend workshops, based at their centre, based in Hampstead, London.

 

London Sustainbility Weeks 2006

 
 

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13 Mar 2006

 

London Sustainability Weeks will be taking place in the first two weeks of June2006, incorporating World Environment Day on June 5th.

 

Ludlow Green Festival 2006

 
 

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13 Mar 2006

 

Following the success of last year's festival, Ludlow 21 has announced the dates for 2006's Green Festival as Saturday May 20th- Sunday June 4th.

 

Building with Cob: a step by step guide

 
 

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09 Mar 2006

 

A practical guide to using cob as a construction material, Building with Cob is useful for anyone planning to build a green home or renovate an existing house ecologically.

 

Shropshire

 
 

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09 Mar 2006

 

Shropshire is a county with a rich history and an abundance of natural beauty. It has been the subject of many literary works and its mix of rural countryside and bustling towns make it an idyllic and yet exciting area.

 

Faces of Hope: children of a changing world

 
 

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09 Mar 2006

 

A book that delivers what its title promises, Faces of Hope by Alison Wright is a visually stunning book, which photographically records the lives of children around the globe.

 

A Quiet Revolution II

 
 

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09 Mar 2006

 

Honesty , truthfulness, respect, happiness, peace, responsibility , love. These key concepts all form part of a remarkable initiative at West Kidlington Primary School, in Oxford. Introduced by head teacher, Neil Hawkes, the programme involves the constant investi-gation of 22 positive concepts, throughout the school year.

 

15 packets of seeds for £15

 
 

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09 Mar 2006

 

A selection of 5 different varieties in each box, for giving, sharing and growing: Tomato Temptation, Cool Salads, Succulent Squashes.