When Resurgence started, over forty-five years ago, it tackled issues that were only just filtering through to the mainstream debate. Articles were published on the endangered environment, renewable energy and ecological economics. E.F. Schumacher wrote regularly about the perils of chemicals in our food, the simplicity of Buddhist economics and the strength of ‘Small is Beautiful’.
Resurgence continues to publish articles that are on the cutting edge of current thinking, promoting creativity, ecology, spirituality and frugality.
There is too much to read and too little time, so choose reading that carries value for the future: Resurgence.James Hillman
While the corporate world advocates ‘free trade’, Resurgence questions trade without responsibility and money without morality. While our governments define the ‘national interest’ and their politicians pursue power at all costs, Resurgence argues for politics with principles. While technology invades our lives in the name of speed and efficiency, Resurgence advocates science with a soul.
But Resurgence not only offers a critique of the old paradigm. It also gives working models for an emerging new paradigm. Resurgence (now Resurgence & Ecologist) magazine is packed full of positive ideas about the theory and practice of good living: permaculture, community supported agriculture, local economics, ecological building, sacred architecture, art in the environment, small schools and deep ecology.
Publishing Resurgence & Ecologist is a cottage industry. Edited from his home by former Jain monk Satish Kumar, the magazine is crafted by hand using the skills of our local designer Rachel Marsh. Our memberships are handled by Jeanette Gill from her home near a Cornish village. The magazine is printed in Totnes, Devon on part-recycled paper.
Resurgence inspires, invigorates, informs and transforms!
When you become a member of The Resurgence Trust you are in touch with like-minded people – through the advertising pages you are introduced to a wide community of businesses and organisations that are motivated by planetary values rather than by profit.
Resurgence & Ecologist contains approximately 550,000 words per yearly membership. That’s just one penny for 36 words – and any 36 words from Resurgence & Ecologist could save your life, your sanity, and your health!
Resurgence & Ecologist online
We offer you a selection of articles from each issue (published six times a year) as a taster for the printed version.
You can see a sample copy of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine as a free download, or as a printed version at a reduced rate. We hope this will inspire you to join us as a regular reader.
The Resurgence Trust
We invite you to make a donation to the Resurgence Charitable Trust, which will support our long-term development. This includes increasing the magazine’s circulation, commissioning more cutting-edge articles, and broadening our web-based community of supporters.
The Resurgence Story
Resurgence is, it’s thought, the longest-running environmental magazine in Britain: The Resurgence Story
A short video about the work of The Resurgence Trust.