Articles Tagged with the word ‘funding’
12 Jan 2011
A new report is being launched, highlighting successful agricultural innovations and unearthing major successes in preventing food waste, building resilience to climate change, and strengthening farming in cities
13 Dec 2010
England's first community farm, based in Market Drayton, Shropshire, has been awarded over £250,000 from the Regional Development Agency
14 Sep 2010
The world's largest 'reuse network' is to be established in London, helping household items find a new home, rather than being thrown away
31 Oct 2008
Recently the Carbon Trust announced that it was to invest up to £6m of funding for the initial stages of the Algae BiofuelsChallenge.
10 Jun 2008
The Good Karma Drive is a global fundraising programme to raise money to expand a very special school for under-privileged children in the town of Dharamsala in northern India.
03 Jun 2008
Help save the UK Honey Bee click HERE to sign Stanley Sebastian's petition which finishes soon on the 11th June 2008.
31 Mar 2008
Dorset Wildlife Trust has been awarded £176,000 funding by v ñ theyouth volunteering charity, to get young people positively involved intheir communities.
21 Dec 2005
Plans unveiled for wave power station off Welsh Coast. The floating device works by channelling waves into a reservoir above sea level and uses turbines to generate hydro-electric power.
02 Dec 2005
Thanks to a government funding initiative Salvador Lamas has revolutionised the latest edition to his Chicago restaurant chain Taco Burrito King. Paying close to $2000 a month to heat the 500 gallons of water that needed boiling daily to cook and clean within the restaurant Salvador looked for new ways to acquire electricity at a reduced price.
29 Jun 2005
Tree Aid is an organisation that seeks to eliminate the effects of drought and poverty in the dry lands of Africa, not only by planting trees but also through educational programmes and the pro-vision of equipment. Since 1987 Tree Aid has raised over £3 million pounds, funding 76 projects across Africa and benefiting more than 180,000 people who have...
29 Feb 2004
A new survey, commissioned by Sustrans, the Sustainable Transport Charity, has found that 51 per cent of 7-16 year olds who currently travel to school by car, would prefer to walk or cycle with friends.
30 Sep 2002
The Web of Hope is the first global distillation of best practice role models for sustainability. The first version of the website was launched earlier this year and 4,000 copies of A Little Book of Hope were circulated at the UN Summit in Johannesburg.