Articles Tagged with the word ‘member’
12 Jun 2007
The first ethical and green office cleaning service is helping London businesses to make sure their cleaners are using only the best eco-friendly products.
29 Sep 2005
Ithaca, New York, known for printing its own money, boasts its own co-op health plan, costing members just $100 per year (local cash accepted).
30 Jun 2005
Noel Lynch, a Green Party member of the London Assembly, brought some good news to the conference, GM Crops: Do We Need Them? Are They Safe? at King's College, University of London in May.
28 Feb 2005
Unity Gardens in Hereford began as a project of the National Permaculture Association and is a member of the Federation of City Farms and Community gardens.
30 Sep 2003
The award was organised by the Wildlife Trusts, Severn Trent Water and BBC Wildlife Magazine, seeking to recognise and reward the thousands of young people who are working to help their environments
28 Feb 2003
As from May 2003, the headquarters of GEN-Europe leaves its current home in Italy and from that date will be split between the Findhorn ecovillage in northern Scotland and the ZEGG community in Germany. This represents something of a coming-home' for GEN, which was conceived at the Ecovillages conference held in Findhorn in 1995
30 Dec 2002
I am an active member of Greenpeace' and the anti-nuclear, non-violent direct action group, Trident Ploughshares'.
30 Dec 2002
This year the Young Envisionaries Award ñ YEVA has expanded into 20 schools across London
30 Dec 2001
We all have this common mission that we must fulfil. World peace will be achieved when every member of humanity becomes aware of this common mission - when we all join together for our common purpose. Every one of us has a role to play in the evolution of our planet, and to achieve world peace each of us...
30 Sep 2001
'For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see,
Saw the Vision of the world, and all wonder that would be,
Till the war-drum throbb'd no longer, and the battle flags were furl'd, In the Parliament of man, the Federation of the world.' Alfred Lord Tennyson, 1842