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Welcome

Truth, Goodness and Beauty

Introducing the trinity of Truth, Goodness and Beauty

Frontline

Action From the Grass Roots •

Grass roots initiatives around the globe

World Future Council

Going global with 100% renewable energy

Spirit of Humanity •

Compassion Consciousness

Ecologist

Epigenetics

The science of personal empowerment

Embracing the Wild •

Bonobos conservation in the Congo

A Walk in the Park •

Nature is good for us all

We Cannot End Hunger Without Feeding the Soil •

Microbial diversity is the foundation of healthy soil and sustainable agriculture

Conservatives and the Environment

An interview with Roger Scruton

Quotes

The Biosphere •

Extract from Me and the Biospheres: A memoir by the inventor of Biosphere 2

Precious Soil •

What if there were a scarcity of soil?

Keynotes

Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

Rather than fighting a war on climate change, we should look at wider issues

Ethical Living

A People's Politician •

Arvind Kejriwal, head of India's Aam Aadmi Party of the People

Spirit of Business •

The challenges of running a business based on ecological and spiritual principles

Conscious Tourism •

Why we should make our travels as green as possible

Walking the Kimberley •

The joy of backpacking through Australia's rainforests

Wild Garlic

Cooking with hedgerow plants

Vive La Différence •

Wine should taste of the place where it is has been made

Undercurrents

Ecological Feminism •

Why feminist to conservationist is a logical step

Sulak Sivaraska •

Exploring the work of the octogenarian Buddhist leader, writer and activist

Wild Flower Meadows

The importance of Transylvania's wild flower meadows

Regulars

Poetry - A Language for our Dwelling Place •

Eco-poets are turning attention to the natural apocalypse we are now facing

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our Editors

Crossword

A brain teaser full of ecological clues

The Arts

A Meditation in Stone

Connecting with the sculpture of Anthony Turner

A Healing Craft •

Guitar maker Andrew Davidson

Reviews

The Systems View of Life &

Review of The Systems View of Life: A Unifying Vision

Beauty of Creation

Review of Mystic Chemist: The Life of Albert Hofmann and His Discovery of LSD

A Mind-to-Mind View of Life

Review of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why it Matters

Dreaming the Forest

Review of The Falling Sky: Words of a Yanomami Shaman

A Frank Appraisal

Review of The Energy of Nations: Risk Blindness and the Road to Renaissance

Seeing Nature

Review of Mindfulness and the Natural World: Bringing our Awareness Back to Nature

A Moral Purpose

Review of Righteous Republic: The Political Foundations of Modern India

Being Lester Brown

Review of Breaking New Ground: A Personal History

Web Exclusives

Article - In Praise of Badgers

Celebrating years of wildlife magic

Review - Inner and Outer Landscapes

Review of The Burning Ground

Article - Yelders in Action

Building connections across the generations

Article - Peace Activism Past And Present

Tagore's vision of global unity and peace continues to influence musicians, dancers, thinkers and activists and his message is more important now than ever.

Resurgence at the heart of earth, art and spirit