Grub's up! Climate-conscious foodies swap cows for crickets
A wave of social enterprises are trying to get people to eat insects instead of meat
INTERVIEW-Hollywood actor Michael Sheen plans social enterprise to help Welsh hometown
"We all complain about the state of the world. Well - we should do something about it."
How technology can change the world for good
Technology itself is neutral. This is why we need to talk about responsibility and ethics when developing technology
Full of beans - coffee grounds to help power London's buses
A new biofuel, which contains part coffee oil, is being added to the London bus fuel supply chain where it can be used without the need for modification
FEATURE-From skinheads to street art: homeless tour guides walk away from the streets
"A lot of people think homeless persons are all druggies and alkies (alcoholics) ... but there are also others like me that have an unfortunate situation"
From homeless to hero: London barista calls for 'Change Please'
"Let me tell you something: most people are only one pay cheque away from being homeless"
Canadian restaurant run by HIV-positive staff aims to smash stigma
"I got HIV from pasta. Said no one ever."
Think while you drink: the beer that fights climate change
"Beer is a universal language"
FEATURE -Study now, pay later: the rise of income sharing
"In the end, we are a product. You want your product to get a job, you want your product to be working, to be making money"
From stage to shoe shines: the homeless actor helping others in London
"I didn't want to face my parents. When I left home I was the big hope. I couldn't face the ignominy of having to go back with my tail between my legs"