Illumination, a company selling solar LED lamps, are on a mission to replace the paraffin lanterns in Tanzania's 1.5 million homes
Plastic bottle greenhouses are inexpensive ways to protect winter crops, but they are also making use of resources that might otherwise go to landfill
Worldwatch senior researcher Danielle Nierenberg spent the last year touring over 25 countries in sub-Saharan Africa in search of agricultural innovations that are adaptive, sustainable and [...]
Surplus fruit is being salvaged by a new and highly inventive sustainability project
The Grow Heathrow initiative has been restoring an abandoned market garden to provide a source of locally produced, organic fruit and vegetables
World's first Fairtrade photographic postcards offer a creative way out of poverty
Over 1,000 electricity-generating solar panels form the UK's largest solar roof, being installed at Worthy Farm, home of the Glastonbury Festival.
Prestigious award given to school children creating 120 sq ft book about peace, featuring entries from the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela
Edinburgh Woodcraft Folk has teamed up with Alchemy Arts project to create a sustainable-bike-driven-mobile-cinema!
The Green Doctors provide free advice on how to heat your house while reducing your environmental impact
A new sustainable development, 'Rawabi is designed to serve a generation of Palestinians coming of age and seeking welcoming surroundings to build families, careers and lives'
South Shropshire is helping local people to eat more fruit and vegetables, by integrating schools, communities and home-based gardeners with cookery training and a distribution scheme
Meteorologists and indigenous weather experts from the Nganyi people of western Kenya team up to protect crops
Construction of a groundbreaking low-impact village in Pembrokeshire is now underway, following unprecedented success with planning permission
An interview with Roz Savage; the first woman to row solo across the Pacific, from the United States to Papua New Guinea
Recognising the need for ecological restoration, a local group in Scotland have set about transforming a barren valley.
Indian company Thunk, is making fashionable products out of discarded rubbish while supporting underprivileged communities.
Find Your Talent gives children and young people the chance to try out different cultural and creative activities.
Swiss engineer Marc Muller has designed and built a solar and wind powered car that uses its photovoltaic panels during the day and a super lightweight wind generator called Icarus at night.
A recycling project turns rubbish into energy and potentially transforms slums into resource-rich communities.