When things aren't working out, it's wise to deal with the root of the problem. Curitiba in Brazil offers an inspiring example of urban development.
Limpsfield Village, Surrey, has recently won an O2 It's YourCommunity' award and has been granted a generous sum of money for theirRiver Eden Project'.
With five unpaid directors, all women and three from different ethnicgroups, Burnley Food Links, in Lancashire, is well placed tocommunicate with and respond to local communities.
Crow Weaver, a musician from New York State in the USA, has created a solar sound stage
Good news - newly grown, compressed algae produces virtually the same oil as fossil fuels and is a product that can be used to power existing systems.
The work of respected British sculptor Alan Thornhill is to form a unique mile-long sculpture trail' in a major new piece of public art.
Potential Mentoring, Putting Young People First.' The motto, 'Puttingyoung people first challenges us to make a difference, to provide anopportunity to learn how to overcome obstacles.
The third annual Peace Mala International Youth Awards have been announced and the ceremony will take place on 17th September at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff Wales.
International Women's Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the achievements of some of the women World Vision work alongside.
The Paddington Arts team of 120 young people took to the streets of London for the 2008 Notting Hill Carnival.
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is delighted that its Lower Smite Farm has been named as runner up in the Natural England Future of Farming Award for the West Midlands Region.
Can we Really Live Better by Consuming Less is the issue posed by this year's Bristol Schumacher Conference. It is being chaired by Jonathon Porritt, Founder Director of Forum for the Future.
Stany Nyandwi, who left his family, his home, and his homeland behind when he helped stage a daring transport of orphaned chimpanzees out of war-torn Burundi.
Former Blur bassist Alex James explains how he learnt some important lessons about working the soil on a recent trip to Burkina Faso, West Africa.
This year's RHS Photographic Competition, supported by fine art publisher, The Medici Society, has two new categories.
Ground-breaking technology that will enable biologists to identify andmonitor large numbers of endangered animals, from butterflies towhales, without being captured.
Blur bassist Alex James explains how he learnt some important lessons about working the soil on a recent trip to Burkina Faso, West Africa.