Air travel
By Victoria Brignell - 21 February 12:08

How the environment has benefited from Brignell's Rule

From Norway to Hong Kong (via Dubrovnik)
By Chris Patten - 19 February 12:00

Each time I return to Hong Kong I see something new. But the view is still unbeatable, as are the cu

Inspiration from a new generation
By Jonathan Dawson - 15 February 10:31

Jonathan's second report from Thailand and the story of a young woman who devotes herself to that co

Students target Exxon Mobil
By Robbie Gillett - 13 February 15:40

A group of students in Manchester take direct action, shutting down a petrol station

The rising tide of art and ecology
By Bram Arnold - 12 February 14:48

Artist Bram Arnold writes for on the growing links between art and ecology

A wild goose chase
By Jonathan Leake - 12 February 12:00

Observations on bird flu

How Valentines should go nuclear
By Sian Berry - 12 February 10:30

Valentines and nuclear waste - a novel gift idea for your loved one...

Findhorn's global reach
By Jonathan Dawson - 07 February 9:54

Jonathan reports from Wongsanit ashram in Thailand where he is on behalf of the Global Ecovillage Ne

Microsoft - bad for consumers and the environment?
By Sian Berry - 05 February 9:17

Sian examines how the big computer companies operate. Are they bad for consumers and the environment

Yes, we can save the world . . . if we want to
By Chris Luebkeman - 29 January 12:00

Chris Luebkeman asks whether we are ready to change everything

The low-carbon revolution starts here
By Mark Lynas - 29 January 12:00

The carbon clock is ticking, worried citizens can hear it but in Westminster they appear to have gon

The green rush
By James Harding - 29 January 12:00

Businesses are vying to save the planet, and getting rich. But does it matter, so long as they deliv

A matter of security
By Josh Arnold-Forster - 29 January 12:00

Why is the MoD so seriously concerned about global warming? Josh Arnold-Forster on the social collap

Profile: Douglas Tompkins
By Lucy Knight - 25 January 14:34 profiles Douglas Tompkins, millionaire property magnate turned ecologist

In praise of wildness
By Jonathan Dawson - 25 January 14:17

Jonathan uses Findhorn's quiet time for reflection and tells us about a community resident who lives

The heat of the matter
By Mark Austin - 22 January 12:00

Observations on climate change

Wrestling with Climate Change
By Jonathan Dawson - 18 January 15:04

The community's unique approach to the threat of climate change

How economic growth can destroy
By Mark Lynas - 15 January 12:00

Why we shouldn't want the economic 'benefits' of airport expansion

Making Ends Meet
By Jonathan Dawson - 11 January 15:40

Balancing the needs for a business head alongside the ethics of the ecovillage movement hasn't alway

Wilderness lost
By Rebecca S Bundhun - 08 January 17:52

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Come, friendly bombs
By Brendan O'Neill - 08 January 12:00

Can a bullet, bomb or rocket ever be "environmentally friendly"? Arms manufacturers in America and B

An appetite for flesh
By Jonathan Dawson - 04 January 14:36

A carnivorous Christmas has Findhorn's 'reformed vegetarians' salivating

A tribute to Eileen Caddy
By Jonathan Dawson - 21 December 10:19

Jonathan Dawson pays tribute to Findhorn co-founder Eileen Caddy who has died aged 89

Person of the year: The man making China green
By Sholto Byrnes - 18 December 12:00

...and for 2007 we make our own nomination... <strong>Pan Yue</strong>

Miliband gets it, Brown doesn't
By Mark Lynas - 18 December 12:00

Why the chancellor will not become a green premier

Exposed: Britain's dirty secret
By Jonathan Leake - 18 December 12:00

The government has been disguising the quantity of greenhouse gases that we create with our flights

Treading lightly on the planet
By Jonathan Dawson - 13 December 15:18

The results of Findhorn's ecological footprint analysis are encouraging - but there is still work to

How to start an arms race
By Dan Plesch - 11 December 12:00

Renewing Trident will be a disaster for nuclear weapons control
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A bit of mourning before getting organised
By Sian Berry - 11 December 10:40

By-election defeat, dirty Tory tactics and the festive season party circuit

An alternative way of learning
By Jonathan Dawson - 08 December 11:02

The story of life at Findhorn continues with an explanation of the community's role in educating peo