From a portrait of the teen who escaped child marriage by rapping about it, to a shot capturing a moment of underwater compassion, we select 10 inspiring photographs from Positive News in 2016
Those behind a Swedish bill to cut VAT costs on repaired items hope to spark a reuse revolution. The minister behind the legislation explains how it might reduce waste and create jobs
Permaculture practitioner and author Stefan Geyer reflects on the principle of abundance as a framework for better relationships with each other and the planet. From designing a garden to shaping our lives – what can we learn from nature?
After suffering debilitating bouts of depression, journalist and author Rachel Kelly began to investigate the links between nutrition and mental health
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The US Army Corps of Engineers announced at the weekend that it would not grant a permit for the Dakota Access pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, a victory for Native American people and protesters alike
We look back on our most popular stories in 2016, from exploring rewilding human nature and working less, to inspiring words collected from endangered languages around the world. What lessons can we take into 2017?
We often feel bad about cheating the system or good about giving to charity, but how fundamental is altruism? George Constable and Tim Rogers explain how altruism brings good luck (in evolutionary biology, at least)
With a thematic focus on overcoming social divisions, the new issue of Positive News magazine features a cover illustration of a Muslim female superhero, and will launch at an event in London this month