The Think Like A Scientist programme aims to help inmates build critical thinking skills and confidence in their own academic ability.
With Waitrose going plastic-free, this is only the start of a plastic-free revolution. These are the steps needed to make sure that supermarkets continue the environmental-friendly trend.
From setting shared goals, to pausing before you give feedback, these microsteps will help leaders become more effective managers.
Psychotherapy could help humans find a path towards a new world shaped by a deepening understanding of our relationship with the planet, writes an academic.
Entrepreneurs must start by trying to solve a real problem and build in consumer safety features from the outset
After creating a buzz at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in January, Jacinda Ardern's government has outlined plans for the country’s well-being budget.
The new bill would allow students to plant their trees in a number of different places, including reserves, mangroves, cities and indigenous territory.
The Faroe Islands shut many of its popular sites and invited 100 volunteers to spend a weekend repairing them.
Amid crime and gangs, Kenya's young people are turning to gardening and green spaces for a better quality of life.
Two Indian creatives are using stickers and posters to make literature available to everyone – and they’re being pasted in public places around the world.
Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives launched a new phone messaging service to help people suffering a mental health crisis.
Today’s architects could look to termite nests for inspiration to create effective ventilation and temperature control in buildings.
The bridge the gap between corporate social responsibility and the real-world needs of society and people, organisations need to turn to people with first-hand experience of hardship, arg...
There are reasons to believe that the economic consequences of same-sex marriage legalisation could be large.
This modern form of housing – whereby residents share values, interests, aspirations and living spaces – could be the obvious solution to the shortage of space and real estate in our cities.