Author Profile: Anita Roddick
Anita Roddick was Founder of The Body Shop and author of many books, most recently Take It Personally. www.anitaroddick.com.
Currency of the Imagination • Anita Roddick
Issue 245 • November/December 2007 • The Moral Economy > The Moral Economy
In order to restore beauty in our economy, our cities and our lives, we need a new currency.
BUCKING THE SYSTEM • Anita Roddick
Issue 238 • September/October 2006 • Celebrating 40 Years of Resurgence > The Economics of Wellbeing
Corporations must shift their energy into making the world cleaner and fairer.
Visionaries - MOTHER JONES • Anita Roddick
Issue 234 • January/February 2006 • Earth, Wealth and Wellbeing > Regulars > Visionaries
The story of Mary Harris, once considered "the most dangerous woman in America".
BIZARRE BAZAAR • Anita Roddick
Issue 230 • May/June 2005 • Inspired Designs > Feature Articles
Ritual does us a power of good.
JOIN THE DEBATE • Michael Meacher, Rebecca Maddocks, Anita Roddick, Joan Bakewell, Patrick Holden & Jonathan Robinson
Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth > Feature Articles
If you were Secretary of State for Education, what would you change?
QUIRKS OF IMAGINATION • Anita Roddick
Issue 223 • March/April 2004 • Art for Earth's Sake > Feature Articles
Outsider art is challenging and visionary
EMBRACING AESTHETICS • Anita Roddick
The creative vision of Jonathan Froud.
PERSONAL STATEMENTS • Brian Goodwin, Nick Robins & Anita Roddick
Issue 218 • May/June 2003 • Futility of War > Feature Articles
Accompanied by the photographs of Sebastião Salgado.
INFINITE INJUSTICE • Anita Roddick
Issue 217 • March/April 2003 • Myth of Prosperity > Feature Articles
Democracy is no guarantee against the abuse of human rights.
TAKING IT PERSONALLY • Anita Roddick
Issue 213 • July/August 2002 • Reverential Ecology > Feature Articles
Putting idealism on the corporate agenda.
WHAT MY GARDEN MEANS TO ME • Anita Roddick
Issue 194 • May/June 1999 • special crafts issue: A Tale of Tapestry > Feature Articles
I've never painted, never written, never taken photos: the garden was something I created.