The Festival of Life is now a well-established event on the sustainable lifestyle scene, if you are in London on 27 September why not take a look.
A fresh look at developments that are bringing cleaner technologies closer to home.
Jonathon Porritt environmentalist, explains his interest in the relationships between people and their environment and the need to co-create a future with the natural world.
A new report by Sustain: Edible Cities, looks at examples of urbanagriculture projects in US cities and identifies opportunities that others could be adopting.
Paul Ellson looks at the developments of HHO technology and talks to researcher Chris Barns about his findings.
The Big Tidy Up campaign has been launched. Keep Britain Tidy will turn the clock back half a century at the start of its Big Tidy Up campaign.
Grease to Greece mission a resounding success - ten teams make it to Athens powered by waste cooking oil.
Young nature-lovers are being urged to rise to the bait' as TV naturalist Nick Baker hosts Wet and Wild Game at Birdfair
SeaChange is Chickenshed's outstanding new production linking children from every continent in a spectacular theatre show.
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Stroud is at the forefront of sustainable living with with its communiversity andideas for slow shopping.
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