Articles Tagged with the word ‘trust’
25 Jan 2013
Far-reaching research into people’s values indicates that people feel positively about the UK on a local level, but feel that their values are not reflected in how the country operates at a national level
13 Dec 2010
The Biodynamic Agricultural College has opened in East Sussex, making it the only college in the UK solely dedicated to teaching biodynamic and organic methods
13 Sep 2010
Ecuador will be the first country to leave oil reserves untouched in response to climate change and the need to protect indigenous homelands
23 Nov 2009
RELIC, which stands for Replanting Elms in the Countryside, was recently set up by Pershore College, in Worcestershire, and the Kemerton Conservation Trust.
08 Sep 2009
Glorious sunshine, a stunning location and the promise of a monster variety of gastronomic treats, brought over 14,000 people flocking to the Children's Food Festival in June.
31 Mar 2009
A pioneering new project in Worcestershire is helping to save the lives of hundreds of toads.
30 Mar 2009
Visit the leading sustainable building, home and garden exhibition in the South West.
17 Mar 2009
Invite you to the UK launch of the book Kitezh: a community approach toraising children in Russia with a presentation by the author andfounder of the Kitezh Community Dimitry Morozov
10 Mar 2009
On a trip to a South African Township in 2002, Irish builder Niall Mellon was so shocked by the living conditions of local people, that he decided to act.
31 Oct 2008
The eyes of the world are on what we should all be doing to positively impact on protecting our climates stability.
15 Sep 2008
Young people were recently invited by Positive News to spend a week at a training centre for aspiring writers, run by The Arvon Foundation.
30 Jun 2008
One of the UK's finest marine wildlife sites is set to be protectedfrom damaging scallop-dredging, thanks to the introduction of a 60sqmile exclusion zone in Lyme Bay
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.
21 Mar 2007
The first ever Children's Food Festival will be held over the weekend of 14th and 15th July this year at the Northmoor Trust's conservation farm, 10 miles south of Oxford.
20 Nov 2006
The Copthorne Hotel in Cardiff have been announced the winners of achallenge for organisations to cut their carbon emissions by 10% in 100days.
20 Nov 2006
A building which has championed the modern use of ancient techniques insustainable construction, was opened this October, overlooking the seaon the White Cliffs of Dover
30 Jun 2003
The Queen's Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development has been awarded to the Greenham Common Trust. Once the site of the most famous peace camp outside the gates of an American airbase, Greenham Common is now a thriving business park with many facilities for the local community, including an arts centre, sports facilities and wildlife areas.
28 Feb 2003
If you are looking for an unusual present this Easter you might like an egg that won't get consumed on the day. In fact it's a work of art that you'll want to keep. Craftswomen in Northern Romania paint eggs with intricate and beautiful patterns in their remote villages and homesteads. The eggs are imported by the Transrural Trust...