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/ Arts Review

24 Sep 2013

 

Damien Hirst says that all art is focused on death. Not so, says Amy Smith, who delves into recent art history to reveal key pieces that sing out with joy

 
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, / Conservation, Media

16 Sep 2013

 

25 years ago an isolated Colombian tribe emerged to share a warning about humanity’s future, captured in a film about them that had a far-reaching global impact. But now the tribe has surfaced again to give us a powerful new message

 
genetically engineered soy beans
 

/ Blogs

12 Sep 2013

 

In our newest regular column, we bring you up to date with our pick of the most exciting campaign successes from around the world

 
Jane McGonigal
 

/ Ideas worth spreading

09 Sep 2013

 

The latest entry in our regular blog which reviews the most inspiring videos on offer in the TED Talks series. This month we look at what really makes us happy, in life and work

 
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/ Peace

04 Sep 2013

 

War has 'not existed for the majority of human history,' say anthropologists

 
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/ Cathrine Gyldensted, Media

03 Sep 2013

 

Having launched a new course to teach ‘constructive news’ reporting, investigative journalist Cathrine Gyldensted explains why she set out to radically innovate her profession and how a more positive approach will lead to better journalism

 
Global Power Shift
 

/ Positive Perspective

02 Sep 2013

 

Climate change conferences have been tarnished, but communities coming together to create a ‘global power shift’ show we are all on the frontline, says student activist Tom Youngman

 
Ellie Cosgrave
 

/ Positive People

27 Aug 2013

 

From environmental activists to Saudi Arabia’s first female film director, women are speaking out in increasingly diverse ways. Lucy Purdy meets those making their voices heard

 
Positive products
 

/ Positive Products

19 Aug 2013

 

Rin Hamburgh’s regular pick of the best ethical products

 
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/ Community

12 Aug 2013

 

A tradition started in Italy over a hundred years ago has recently re-emerged as a massive global movement of selflessness and compassion. Veronique Mistiaen reports on the ‘suspended coffee’ phenomenon

 
Fairphone
 

/ Technology

05 Aug 2013

 

The Fairphone initiative, launched to create completely conflict-free mobile phones, is picking up the pace. But will it ever be able to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung? Will Simpson investigates

 
Whitetip shark
 

/ Environment

25 Jul 2013

 

Millions of sharks will be saved every year following international agreement

 
Gever Tulley
 

/ Ideas worth spreading

19 Jul 2013

 

Our pick of TED Talks that look at the benefits of risk-taking

 
Reporter's notebook
 

/ Media

15 Jul 2013

 

A new initiative in June saw newspapers around the world dedicate space to news that highlighted positive responses to global challenges

 
waste heat recovery
 

/ Environment

11 Jul 2013

 

Cities around the US are trialling a pioneering new technology that reduces the need for traditional heating by up to 70%

 
Tucano de Bico Preto - Channel Billed Toucan
 

/ Environment

03 Jul 2013

 

New research demonstrates we are more clued up about biodiversity than ever before, and we want companies and products to get on board too

 
Chris
 

/ Positive Psychology

01 Jul 2013

 

Positive psychologist Chris Johnstone reflects on the importance of mental resilience, a frame of mind that can be learned with flexible thinking practices

 
We Wood watches
 

/ Positive Products

24 Jun 2013

 

Rin Simpson rounds up some of the best buys for conscious shoppers. This month, she looks at must-haves for fabulous fashionistas

 
Twickets
 

/ Arts, Culture

21 Jun 2013

 

Inflated ticket prices for ‘sold-out’ events could become a thing of the past, thanks to the growing popularity of a collaborative ticket-finding service

 
Kids in Rwanda
 

/ Wellbeing

20 Jun 2013

 

New reports from the UN indicate that some of the poorest countries could be rid of extreme poverty in two decades