The ripple effect: do small actions matter?
21 x 28 cm
About this issue:
A new wave of organisations has sprung up, urging people to take small pro-social and pro-environmental actions, from helping a neighbour in need to eating less meat. At a time when global challenges can seem overwhelming, these are manageable ways to do something positive. But do they make any difference?
Other features include:
US elections: the ‘year of the woman’
Growing explorers not robots through outdoor education
Bringing drug use out of the dark
Four-day working week
Beyond porn addiction
The Mayan women fighting for intellectual rights for their textile designs
The young author who celebrates alternative heroes
25 years in print: anniversary issue