Issue 261 • July/August 2010
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Healthy people need a healthy planet.
A 60 ft catamaran made from recycled bottles is raising awareness of marine pollution.
Become a Robin Hoodie • Lorna Howarth
Taxing the banks to tackle poverty.
The Mosaic of Nature • Andreas Kornevall
Earth restoration in schools.
A GM Hot Potato • Lorna Howarth
Disregarding the precautionary principle.
This Is Not a Rainforest • Lorna Howarth
Challenging EU sustainability criteria.
Community Forestry • Arthur Mugisha & Mark Infield
Integrating local values into protected area management in Uganda.
How climate change will impact on human health.
Sustaining Life • E.O. WIlson
The forgotten link between human health and biodiversity.
Ecological Health • Ted Schettler
Why a new definition of health must be an ecological one.
Health Care Without Harm • Harriet Griffey
How the health sector could set the bar for more sustainable practice.
Plant cures from tribal peoples.
Tackling the emotion behind mental health problems.
The Peace of Wild Things • Wendell Berry
I rest in the grace of the world.
Paradox • Chaturvedi Badrinath
An inquiry into the human condition.
Loving is Eternal Innocence • Alberto Caeiro
I believe in the world like I belive in a marigold.
Investigating the nature of beauty.
How new economic thinking is challenging the old models.
Dismantling Development • Wolfgang Sachs
Equity and wellbeing will define the new post-development age.
The sensuous flower paintings of Winifred Nicholson.
Celebrating the synthesis of art, Nature and science.
A Sacred Symbol • Jerry Glover
On the trail of the flower of life.
Voice From The South - Blindspots and Biases • Vandana Shiva
India's proposed Food Security Act is deeply flawed.
Big Foot, Little Foot - Low Carbon Holiday • Mukti Mitchell
Whatever you want from a holiday, keep your carbon footprint low.
A time to bring more edible flowers to our table.
Gardening - Sharing the Garden • Brigitte Norland
To finally know ourselves as part of Nature is te true gift of the summer garden.
Tolkiens trilogy is an extended fable for the causes, effects and solutions to our modern-day woes.
Poetry - Answering Back • Peter Abbs
A new volume of lyrical poetry from David Constantine.
Letters to the Editors - In Praise of Orchards
A selection of letters to our editors.
Members' Page - Resurgence in the Classroom • Ian Tennant
Inspiring students with the Resurgence philosophy.
Review of The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World
Review of Solar
Review of Modern British Potters and their Studios
Review of A Renewable World: Energy, Ecology, Equality
Review of Hope For Animals and Their World: How Endangered Species Are Being Rescued from the Brink
Review of Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There from Here
Tackling the logging crisis in Madagascar.
Cutting Carbon by extending daylight hours.
Eco-friendly mobile phone charging technologies reach a new level.
Highlighting the depletion of the world's resources.
The vital systems needed for human survival are at risk unless we address biodiversity loss.
Healing beyond the mind and body and into the transpersonal level according to homeopathic principles.
The Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomic Living
Review of The Forager Handbook: A Guide To The Edible Plants of Britain
In reaching only for those things that truly nourish, sustain and enliven us, we move beyond life's trappings and temptations and harvest life itself.