Articles Tagged with the word ‘image’

 

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19 Jun 2007

 

Find out more about Positive News' subscriber magazine 'Living Lightly on the Earth' and see what our latest issue has to offer.

The Start of a More Communal Age
As the Industrial Age comes to a close, Jonathan Dawson and Deniz Dincel discuss the benefits of a more communal existence

 

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29 Nov 2006

 


 

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29 Nov 2006

 


 

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29 Nov 2006

 


 

Ambassadors for Change

 
 

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29 Jun 2005

 

A global movement inspired by Gandhi's insight, Be the change you want to see in the world' is gathering pace. 1,000 young people came together last year in Morocco, under the auspices of Peace Child International, for Be The Change, which was opened by the King of Morocco. Next year, Scotland will host a similar event.

 

The Happiness Project

 
 

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29 Jun 2005

 

Happiness is our basic state of being according to psychologist, Robert Holden, founder of The Happiness Project.

 

Orchard Campaign Bears Fruit

 
 

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29 Jun 2005

 

Traditional orchards, many of which contain local and rare varieties of trees, are safe from threat of being grubbed up' after a campaign by English Nature

 

First Institute for Community Currencies

 
 

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28 Feb 2005

 

Wales has achieved another first. Alongside its world leading policy on sustainable development, written into the founding constitution of its National Assembly, it now hosts the Wales Institute for Community Currencies.

 

Sustainable Schools

 
 

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29 Sep 2004

 

A brand new project launched by the Alternative Technology Centre (ATC), in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, is helping whole school communities learn about sustainability and environmental issues.

 

Radio Awards for Kids from Congo, El Salvador and Afghanistan

 
 

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29 Sep 2004

 

Children from both the Democratic Republic of Congo and El Salvador have won Children's Lives, Children's Voices, this year's OneWorld and UNICEF competition for the best radio produced by, for and with children.

 

Steps for Peace

 
 

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29 Feb 2004

 

Fifteen hundred people across 24 States joined in the 3,500 mile Steps for Peace Walk as it crossed America, from Maine to California.

 

Building Around the Sun

 
 

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29 Feb 2004

 

An extraordinary, cairn-shaped building is nearing completion in Sligo in Ireland. The Gyreum is aligned to the dawns and dusks of both summer and winter solstices when beams of light enter the middle of the central hall.

 

Sustainability in Spain

 
 

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29 Feb 2004

 

Lakabe is a pretty village of stone houses in the Spanish province of Navarre in the Pyrenees. It was abandoned in the 1970s and occupied 23 years ago by a group of dreamers determined to prove that their utopian ideas could actually be implemented.

 

Fruitful Education

 
 

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29 Feb 2004

 

Children in South Gloucestershire schools are not only eating healthily; they are also helping to reinstate local orchards at the same time.

 

The Feast

 
 

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30 Dec 2003

 

Over 75 women and children from across the country brought food, spices, herbs and enthusiasm in order to prepare the Cycle of Life' celebratory feast

 

Supporting Localisation

 
 

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30 Dec 2003

 

Over the past five years or so, a powerful movement is emerging, questioning policies of globalisation. Historic alliances have been forged ólabour movements and deep ecologists, farmers and consumers, businesspeople, economists, journalists and even some political representatives.

 

Make That Difference

 
 

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30 Dec 2003

 

Six year old Molly from Lancashire was distraught when she watched an item on Newsround on TV and learnt that people starve to death for lack of food

 

Peace is Possible

 
 

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30 Sep 2003

 

In this new millennium, human beings are faced with challenges that can only be solved collectively and co-operatively, according to the Oxford Research Group who have been researching non-violent conflict resolution since 1988.

 

Gramma's Herbs

 
 

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30 Sep 2003

 

In 1994, when Dounne Alexander faced two life threatening conditions which conventional medicine could not treat, she reflected on her traditional roots, then set about healing herself through prayer, meditation and natural foods.

 

Water Prize for Claire

 
 

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30 Sep 2003

 

South African, Claire Reid received the prestigious Junior Water Prize from the Stockholm Water Foundation this July.