01 June 1990
`The pursuit of wealth can be a sign of retreat: the world has you on the run.'By Alan Channer
The generation born today will probably live on the warmest Earth for 120.000 years. It is too late, scientists say, to stop the great warming – but prompt action could slow it down. Mary Lean explains.
In a child's first six years, it develops two thirds of its adult intelligence. Elizabeth Bradburn is an expert on this all important stage of education. Paul Williams tells her story.
Fifty years ago this month a large English country house became a centre where people could find new aims and motivation. Kenneth Noble reports:
The Norwegians wanted help in rediscovering the true value of freedom in their own society as well as to give support to the Polish nation.