Mary Lean visits Bergh Apton, and English village which shows what communities can do when they get going.
01 August 2004
Natasha Davis meets Indians who are determined to empower the underprivilaged
01 June 2004
What can be done to avert mass extinction on a scale not seen since the age of the dinosaurs, asks Kenneth Noble
01 April 2004
Kenneth Noble looks at the importance of the Earth’s Biodiversity and, first, meets two daring artists who aim to let nature speak for herself.
01 April 2004
Janet Paine looks back on ten years of an initiative to foster democratic values in Eastern and Central Europe
01 February 2004
Housing is about people-not just bricks, maintains a trail-blazing housing non-profit organization in Richmond, Virginia. Mary Lean discovers how giving people the best can transform no-go areas.
01 December 2003
Can big business and activists agree on fighting poverty? Michael Smith reports.
01 October 2003
Citizens’ movements have played an important part in cleaning up general elections in several countries. Brian Lightowler charts their development from 1988 to the present day.
01 August 2003
As you reach out for a jar of coffee in the supermarket, you can give a hand to the people who grew the beans, discovers Mary Lean.
01 June 2003
Like most western Europe countries, Switzerland is seeing a rise in asylum applications. Mary Lean finds out how the Swiss are responding.
01 April 2003