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Issue 283 • March/April 2014

Small is the New Big

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Welcome

Planetary Wellbeing

Instead of economic growth we need growth in wellbeing

Frontline

Action From the Grass Roots •

Grass roots initiatives around the globe

Rewilding Scotland

One million trees and counting: celebrating 25 years of eco-restoration

Thailand's Green Island •

Redressing the impacts of tourism

Ecologist

The Importance of Soil •

Time spent studying soil is as valuable as any time spent in the classroom

Small is the New Big

In the smallest seed lies the potential of the largest tree

The Real Power in Politics

Corporate lobbyists are undermining democracy

A Consumer Revolution •

Cheap products on one side of the world cost the lives of fellow humans on the other

My Green Life •

Caroline Flint, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change shares her views

Quotes

We Stand on Soil •

The bond between soil and being

Nelson Mandela •

A tribute to Nelson Mandela 1918 - 2013

Ethical Living

The Dalai Lama

Understanding the deep commitment and faith of a remarkable spiritual leader

Masoumeh Ebtekar

A profile of Iran's first female vice president

Walking in the Bush •

Introducing one of the great walking trails of South Australia

The Art of Dainty Cakes •

Celebrate spring with mini primrose cakes

Pedagogy of Sustainability •

Sustainability is, and always has been, about community

Wellbeing

Genuine Leisure

To be without leisure is to be only half alive

What the Body Knows •

Restoring a sense of the sacred

Healthy Nature, Healthy People •

Human wellbeing is the route to planetary wellbeing

Keynotes

The Green Message •

Politicians need to wake up to our growing concerns about climate change

Undercurrents

The Gift •

The challenges of philanthropy

Seeing with New Eyes

How to practice Active Hope

Beauty and Nature •

An interview with scientist Rupert Sheldrake

Our Place in the Universe •

We are moving towards the next stage of evolutionary history

Regulars

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our Editors

Poetry - The Blue inside the Black •

A tribute to the late Claire Clube

The Arts

Gates of Paradise

Celebrating Anne Middleton's vision of the natural world

Reviews

Purity of Solitude

Review of Consolations of the Forest: Alone in a Cabin in the Middle Taiga

Staggering Beauty •

Review of Monte León National Park

Moving the World •

Review of Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability

A Moral Issue •

Review of Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering

Wonder of Life •

Review of The Book of Barely Imagined Beings: A 21st-century Bestiary

Another Language •

Review of Hidden Beauty of the Commonplace: A Nature Mystic's Reflections upon the True Meaning of Freedom

A Message of Hope

Review of The Promise

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The threatened marsh Sow-thistle is on the verge of rebirth

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