The Cochabamba Project, a UK-based financial co-operative, is on the look out for ethical investors seeking opportunities that will grow.
'We Are One: a Celebration of Tribal Peoples' is a truly unique collection of indigenous wisdom, stunning images and extracts, surrounding the ideology of mori kami yamaki', which means, 'we are [...]
'We Are One: a Celebration of Tribal Peoples' is a truly unique collection of indigenous wisdom, stunning images and extracts.
Working with the Papua New Guinea Government and Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo and Conservation International, residents have recently created the first national conservation area.
Incredible Edible Todmorden are collating a database of areas in which are available for planting and growing.
Eliyahu McLean and Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bukhari will be speaking about Peace in the Holy Land.
Imagine being in a city restaurant and ordering fresh organic Spring greens, knowing they are supplied, not from a farm 100 miles away but from the tower block next door.
News from readers who are making positive changes in their lives.
The Year of Food and Farming is helping children find out more aboutthe countryside and where their food comes from through first-handlearning experiences!
A demonstration facility in Hawaii is to grow marine algae for conversion into biofuel.
Land for People exists to help communities in Wales, Shropshire and theMarches become more sustainable, with an emphasis on buildingaffordable homes for local people.
Co-housing, an idea that first started in Scandinavia, is catching onin the UK. Former Green Councillor Jonathan Sear, winner of TheObserver Ethical Award for the eco-refit of his council house, [...]
In a DVD reviewed here by Anne Belsey of the Money Reform Party the problems of a debt-based money supply are explored their history is defined and the possible consequences outlined.
A workshop to be held at The Ammerdown Centre on Sunday 19th November 2006 from 10.00am to 4.00pm with Eliyahu McLean and Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bukhari (co-directors of Jerusalem Peacemakers)
A unique children's art workshop will be the springboard for the inspirational two year Heart Land project in Bury St Edmunds. Wishing Stones, will give youngsters a chance to get creative on a [...]
Most of India's 450 million women live in the countryside. They rarely own land and have little economic power, yet they have the capacity to bring about important long term changes.
Plans for a controversial and potentially hazardous waste incinerator in East Sussex have been blocked until the Government can consider local [...]
Calder Valley are celebrating the defeat of a proposal for a huge open cast mine on Heald Moor and the opportunity to implement an alternative plan for the area.
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