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Renewable gas made from brewery and local food waste has been injected into the National Grid from a groundbreaking anaerobic digestion plant
The Women of the year Award salutes singer, songwriter and philanthropist Annie Lennox, an exceptional woman who has used her vision to change the lives of many
A round-up of all things positive in Bristol, courtesy of The Source magazine - a celebration of sustainable living in the South West
10:10, have launched Lighter Later ñ a campaign to shift the British clocks forward an hour a initiative would give everybody an extra hour of daylight to enjoy and at the same time, reduce pollution.
The United Nations have declared 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity. People are being invited to join the campaign in order to help safeguard the Earth's resources.
Chalice Well in Somerset and The Eden Project in Cornwall, are among winners of the national Loo of the Year Awards, in recognition of the high standards of their eco-friendly washrooms.
A Forest Garden Year provides further insights into Martin'sspectacular patch of land, as he leads viewers around his plot andguides them through its stages of productivity within the year's cycle.
300 volunteers in Pakistan has set a new Guinness World Record for planting 541,176 trees in 24 hours.
Transition Towns founder named Grassroots Campaigner of the Year at the Observer Ethical Awards 2009.
This year, two farmers' markets share The National Farmers' Retail and Markets Association crown for Farmers' Market of the Year 2009.
Young people from across Shropshire are taking up the art of storytelling as a hobby.
Welsh schoolboy, Tomas Turtle, was so captivated when he heard an Irish folk story, that he remembered and re-told it to win a National storytelling competition.
Harriet Lamb, Executive Director of the Fairtrade Foundation, was recently named 'Ultimate Eco Queen' at Cosmopolitan's Ultimate Women of the Year Awards.
Packed with stunning colour photographs, The Woodland Year is anintimate month-by-month journey through Ben Law's yearly cycle of work,his naturally attuned lifestyle and his deep understanding [...]
Three extraordinary women, working to create a better world for children, have had their efforts recognised by a deserving accolade: the World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child.
International Year of the Reef began in 1997 as a response to the increasing loss of coral reefs and their associated eco-systems, such as mangroves and sea grasses.
Headliners (formerly the Children Express) is a UK-wide news agencyproducing news, features and comment by young people for everyone.
The Building and Social Housing Foundation is currently seeking entries for the World Habitat Award competition for 2008.