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Issue 203 • November/December 2000

It is a gift to be simple

Out of print

Welcome

Welcome •

Feature Articles

A CULTURE OF SIMPLICITY •

The sixteenth-century Japanese tea master refined the culture of wabi-sabi.

EPICUREAN SIMPLICITY •

How are we to live?

THE GREAT AFFAIR •

Thomas Merton had the knack of presenting things in simple forms.

THE FADING RAINBOW •

Once our physical needs are satisfied what further use have we of nature?

DECLARATION OF DEPENDENCE •

We depend on the Earth.

MAGIC OF THE SEA •

Sustainable use of inshore waters will bring security to coastal communities.

THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TIME •

A sustainable society can only be built on the foundations of ecoliteracy and ecodesign.

BEYOND THE BIG LIPS •

The knowledge of people of the Amazon can guide Brazil towards ecologically appropriate development.

A NOMADIC JOURNEY •

Oasis gardens in the Sinai desert reflect the Bedouin people's love for their land.

JOURNEY TO THE SOURCE •

Three friends in Australia set off to walk to the headwaters of a little creek.

THE WORLD IS NOT FOR SALE • &

We refuse to eat food from factories.

HERBICIDE, PESTICIDE ? SUICIDE •

Seed merchants prosper and farmers wither.

AT THE POINT OF DEATH •

A funeral guide.

LOVING THE ENEMY •

How to protest with loving-kindness.

The Arts

IN THE GARDEN OF GAIA •

The sculptures of Giles Kent are an embodiment of simplicity and serenity.

CATCHING THE LIGHT •

The painter, Harold Hitchcock, is enraptured by the movement of light.

Frontline

CELEBRATION •

Resurgence marks twenty-five years of editorship.

FRIENDLY FARMING •

Regenerating barren land in Pakistan.

CLEAN COLOUR • &

Nature gives us colour, synthetic dyes give us problems.

A RING OF GREEN •

Urban farming in Shanghai.

A VICTORY •

Sri Lankan court blocks phosphate development.

Regulars

The Occasional Didymus

Up the Elephant and Round the Castle

Business Diary

Readings &

Poetry

A Sense of Place

Recipes

Magazines & Publishers

FUTURE NATURE •

An occasional magazine blending art with ecology and technology.

WOODEN BOOKS •

Books with quality of craftsmanship and delicate charm.

Reviews

SMALL IS STILL BEAUTIFUL •

Review of Small is Beautiful

SCIENCE IN SERVITUDE •

Review of Playing Safe: Science and the Environment

GOOD ENOUGH CITIES •

Review of Building the 21st-Century Home London, Pathways to the Future

THE RISKS WE RUN •

Review of Democracy at Risk

SCIENTIFIC SPIRITUALITY •

Review of SQ - Spiritual Intelligence

PEOPLE AND TREES •

Review of The Time of Trees - A Photographic Essay

PAIN AND PRAYERS •

Review of The Pool of Memory

DANGERS OF DEVELOPMENT •

Review of The Subsistence Perspective: Beyond the Globalised Economy

ORDER AND CHAOS •

Review of The Blackwinged Night

PEOPLE'S CRAFT •

Review of Traditional Pottery of India The Golden Age of Irish Art

SUBLIME TRUTHS •

Review of Verses from the Center

Review of Landscape with Portraits

Review of How the Whale Became

Review of The Ecology of Health

Review of The Tribal Arts of Africa Chokwe!

Review of Cutting Your Car Use

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