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Climate Talks - More Than A Dress Rehearsal

Issue 287 • November/December 2014 • The Future We Want and the One We Can't Afford

December’s COP 20 conference in Lima could shift the discussion on what an effective climate change treaty should look like

A Theory of Everyone

Issue 287 • November/December 2014 • The Future We Want and the One We Can't Afford

A call to synthesise rationality with intuition, emotion and spiritual awareness

A Spirit of Our Time

Issue 286 • September/October 2014 • Politics of Peace

Introducing Simone Weil, a teacher, writer and mystic whose life and philosophy were one and the same

JOHN MOAT

Issue 286 • September/October 2014 • Politics of Peace

1936 - 2014

A Lighter Footprint on the Land

Issue 285 • July/August 2014 • Energy of Nations

Challenging conventional milk production

Our Invisible World

Issue 285 • July/August 2014 • Energy of Nations

The hidden forces that drive life

In Praise of Badgers

Issue 284 • May/June 2014 • Ecological Feminism

Celebrating years of wildlife magic

Yelders in Action

Issue 284 • May/June 2014 • Ecological Feminism

Building connections across the generations

Peace Activism Past And Present

Issue 284 • May/June 2014 • Ecological Feminism

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.

What's the Beef?

Issue 283 • March/April 2014 • Small is the New Big

Is lab-grown meat the logical next step in farming?

A Question of Real Protection

Issue 283 • March/April 2014 • Small is the New Big

Marine conservation could be leaving entire ecosystems at risk

Ghost Tour

Issue 283 • March/April 2014 • Small is the New Big

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

A New Scientific Paradigm

Issue 282 • January/February 2014 • Benevolent Universe

A new medicine for a new millennium

Weaving Water

Issue 282 • January/February 2014 • Benevolent Universe

Artist Sarah Sense weaves Native American tradition with digital photography

Beauty Comes First

Issue 281 • November/December 2013 • Protecting the Countryside

Celebrating the work of pioneering nature photographer Ansel Adams

Art for Regrowth

Issue 281 • November/December 2013 • Protecting the Countryside

Reflection on underwater reef sculptures

Inspired Learning

Issue 281 • November/December 2013 • Protecting the Countryside

A journey through higher education initiatives

99 Words for Peace

Issue 280 • September/October 2013 • A Green Manifesto

Scilla Elworthy and Inua Ellams share their thoughts on peace

Responses to Change

Issue 280 • September/October 2013 • A Green Manifesto

Reflections on Signs of Change

Bridging Tradition with Modernity

Issue 279 • July/August 2013 • The Ecozoic Era

How an ancient process for resolving conflict can help with 21st century challenges

A Universal Spirit

Issue 279 • July/August 2013 • The Ecozoic Era

Why we should all live by one golden rule

Muses upon Muses

Issue 278 • May/June 2013 • Natural Wealth

Mystical knowledge appears in moments of creativity

Different Voices

Issue 278 • May/June 2013 • Natural Wealth

Introducing the winners of the 2013 Resurgence & Ecologist Nature Writing Competition

Eating Seasonally

Issue 277 • March/April 2013 • The Quiet Revolution

Eating seasonally enhances our sense of place and participation

Solar Gold Rush

Issue 277 • March/April 2013 • The Quiet Revolution

Is solar farming the answer to 'green' energy?

Bearing Down on Wildlife

Issue 277 • March/April 2013 • The Quiet Revolution

Sections of rural society are still using wildlife as scapegoats

Breaking the Food Waste Chains

Issue 276 • January/February 2013 • The Tipping Point

There are lots of good reasons to stop the disgrace of food waste

Waking Up to the World

Issue 276 • January/February 2013 • The Tipping Point

The pioneering work of Edmund O'Sullivan in transformative learning

Nature as Inspiration

Issue 275 • November/December 2012 • Pricing Nature

Introducing four Devon-based artists who are inspired by Nature

The Rise of Real Bread

Issue 275 • November/December 2012 • Pricing Nature

In appreciation of real bread and ancient grains

The Secrets of Cooperative Success

Issue 275 • November/December 2012 • Pricing Nature

The role and relevance of small cooperatives in rural communities

Quantum Reality

Issue 275 • November/December 2012 • Pricing Nature

Quantum physics is the place where ancient philosophy meets new science

Elements of Existence

Issue 274 • September/October 2012 • A Shared Agenda

Seven ways to view Earthcentrism

Stepping on Land of Ancients

Issue 274 • September/October 2012 • A Shared Agenda

On foot from the sacred site of Silbury Hill to West Kennett Long Barrow

A Civil Rights Movement for the Soul

Issue 273 • July/August 2012 • Emerging Networks

Understanding our place in the world

Natural Fitness

Issue 273 • July/August 2012 • Emerging Networks

There's a 'green gym' on all our doorsteps

Welcome to Shedland

Issue 273 • July/August 2012 • Emerging Networks

A journey to enlightenment via various sheds

The Earth's Prayer

Issue 273 • July/August 2012 • Emerging Networks

An ode to Gaia

Tribal Hero

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

The battle for Adivasi rights in India

Green Pai Driving

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

An invention that promotes responsible driving and cuts emissions

Zen Cycling

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

How to wheel freely

Engaging with Food Choices

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

Helen Jukes recalls her experiences living and working on a smallholding

A Human Nature &

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

Garry Fabian Miller in conversation with Tom Greeves

Growing Consumerism

Issue 272 • May/June 2012 • Catalysts For Change

The Nine Wild Plants project explained

Blood on Ice

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

The long campaign to end the Canadian seal-hunt

One Dog at a Time

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Pioneering animal welfare in Afghanistan

A New Era for Animal Advocay

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Closing the gap between animals' intrinsic values and the reality of their status

Four Short Biographies

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Exposing the pitiful lives of a battery chicken, a turkey, a dairy cow and a breeding sow

Fighting the Fur Trade

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

The fur trade is one of the cruellest industries on Earth

Blue Fox

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Keeping the hunting ban in place will protect wild mammals from unnecessary suffering

Close Encounter

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

An unexpected encounter with a Swiss fox

Breaking Down the Species Barrier

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

An ethical code for animals

Whale Nation

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Heathcote William inspired an international campaign against whale-hunting

Whale Song

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Extracts from the epic poem Whale Nation

Solitude

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

A poem from the Born Free Foundation Anniversary Collection

Life Cairn II

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Planting a seed of peace

Bully Befrienders

Issue 271 • March/April 2012 • Animals: A New Ethics

Rescuing the bull breed dogs

Imagining the Happy Museum

Issue 270 • January/February 2012 • A New Moral Compass

Museums can play a valuable part in the wellbeing of communities

Reflections on Tahrir

Issue 270 • January/February 2012 • A New Moral Compass

Reporting on events in Cairo

Bringing Heaven to Earth

Issue 270 • January/February 2012 • A New Moral Compass

The role of a shaman in contemporary Western society

Pictoral harmony

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

Inspiration behind art that celebrates life and loss

The Lessons of Pilgrimage

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

Coming back is the most important part of a journey

The Secret Lives of Bees

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

The dizzy world of urban beekeeping

Fukushima and our Hubris

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

A society that says yes to nuclear energy is a society that practises human sacrifice.

Reversion to the Local

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

We need wake up and take charge of our lives if we are to survive the collapse of the global economic system

Transcending the Matrix

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

Our attitudes to money hold a key to our personal transformation

Life Happens

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

Healing and fulfilment through volunteering at a Buddhist Centre

The Power of Young People

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing

A positive vision for future generations

Transcending Cultural Stress

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

Positive suggestions for enjoying the moment

Reflections

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

More and more people see themselves as pilgrims rather than tourists

To Realise What You Live For

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

Slow travel around the Cornish Coast

Metaphor of Faith

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

Let us be modern pilgrims with new visions

Healing the UK Riots

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

We all have the capacity to help transform violence and bring about positive change in society

What Has Become of Us?

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next?

A historical perspective on the recent unrest in the UK

Word Quest

Issue 267 • July/August 2011 • Once Upon A Time

Exploring the literary heritage of Devon

Uncivilisation &

Issue 267 • July/August 2011 • Once Upon A Time

The second Dark Mountain Festival addresses the issues of our changing world

Inconvenient Truths

Issue 267 • July/August 2011 • Once Upon A Time

The truths surrounding nuclear power

Poetry in Motion

Issue 267 • July/August 2011 • Once Upon A Time

When it comes to exploring the works of the great poets there is no better medium than film

Plastic Islands

Issue 266 • May/June 2011 • Tagore - The Big Vision

Cleaning up the seas by creating artificial landmasses

Gaza Youth Manifesto

Issue 266 • May/June 2011 • Tagore - The Big Vision

Students in the Gaza strip feel betrayed by the international community

Evolutionary Leadership

Issue 266 • May/June 2011 • Tagore - The Big Vision

We already have a blueprint for a new kind of leadership

Unsustainable Subsidies

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values

Assessing the impact of industrial biofuel production

The Riches of Burma

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values

A new species of snub-nosed monkey is discovered

The Resurgence Garden

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values

Gardens are a vehicle for reconnecting with the Earth and inner peace

Back to Front Gardening , &

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values

An inspirational project that encourages the use of front gardens for food production

Leading in Kibera

Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership

The founder of Carolina for Kibera, Kenya, tells his story

Anything is Possible

Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership

A young Igorot leader from the Philippines talks about a new kind of leadership

New Generation Leadership

Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership

The founder of UK-based Foodcycle shares his passion and vision

Huichol Indian Art

Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership

Exploring the sacred meaning behind the Huichol yarn painting of José Benítez Sánchez

The Resurgence Story

Issue 264 • January/February 2011 • Leadership

Celebrating 45 years of publication, Resurgence connects us to each other and the Earth.

The Story of Stuff

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Annie Leonard reveals her motivation for reducing all the 'stuff' in our world

Dark Mountain Project

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Discover the 'Principles of Uncivilisation'

Faking It

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Supermarket aethetics and their obsession with perfectly formed vegetables

Breaking the Mould

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

The power of the unexpected

Micro-hydro in the Lakes

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Green energy from a Cumbrian stream

Hemp Cellar

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Nature-based technology

Up A Gum Tree

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Tasmanian timber company ends old growth logging

Lighting the Darkness

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Using the power of the sun to alleviate poverty in Kenya

Healing Herbs

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Reconnecting with traditional methods of healthcare through education and the creation of family herb gardens

The Wheel of the Year

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Earth Pathways collective inspire positive change through connection with the land and changing seasons

School Battery Boxes

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Recycling initiative for local schools

School Flower Flutter Programme

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Biodiversity and ecological education in schools

Peru Protects Endangered Birds

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty

Community-owned conservation areas granted approval

Awesome Science

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Science can accelerate the transition to sustainability.

Gauguin: The Man Behind the Show

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Guaguin produced work of great quality that pushed the boundaries.

Your Countryside Needs You

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Community engagement is the key to creating sustainable 'living landscapes'.

Derek Neville, Poet of Nature

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Expression of the soul.

Reconnect with the Living World

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Rekindling The Waters: The Truth About Swimming with Dolphins

New Heights for Online Campaigning

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

You could be one click away from changing the world.

Bullfighting Ban

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Animal rights protestors applaud new law.

Saving Cambodia's Forests

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Traditional design and latest technology combine to create enegy-saving stove.

A State of Wellbeing

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Ryan's Well Foundation.

Cleanse Oil Stains from the Arts

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Freeing the arts from the taint of black gold.

Painting A New Picture

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Recycling paint benefits the environment.

Lighter Later Update

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

MP backs parliamentary bill for lighter evenings.

Restoring Woodland

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

Restoring trees and natural woodlands in ‘the Desert of Tanzania.

Tapestry Weaving

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom

An experiment in creativity.

Rosewood Ban

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

Tackling the logging crisis in Madagascar.

Lighter Later

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

Cutting Carbon by extending daylight hours.

Power Wellies

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

Eco-friendly mobile phone charging technologies reach a new level.

Ghost Forest

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

Highlighting the depletion of the world's resources.

Biodiversity and Wellbeing

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

The vital systems needed for human survival are at risk unless we address biodiversity loss.

The Gift of True Health

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

Healing beyond the mind and body and into the transpersonal level according to homeopathic principles.

A Rollercoaster Ride of Experience

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

The Moneyless Man: A Year of Freeconomic Living

Beyond the Dark Harvest

Issue 261 • July/August 2010 • Sustaining Life

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.

An Interview with Antony Gormley

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

An exclusive intervew with the British sculptor Antony Gormley.

Art in Nature &

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

In the foothills of Dartmoor, art, science and nature meet.

Little Pink Puddings

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

Rhubarb and ginger puddings.

Designing the Future

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

A co-operative global experiment to redesign civilisation.

A Creative Unfolding

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

The Participatory Turn: Spirituality, Mysticism, Religious Studies

Sacred Geometry

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

How the World is Made: The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry

Fatally Flawed

Issue 260 • May/June 2010 • On Being Human

We need new lifestyles and new ways of living.

Get Your Hands Dirty

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

We have regulated food production to a mostly remote economic sector.

The Framing Game

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

No-one should be denied access to healthy, affordable food.

The Next Food Revolution

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

The future of food, agriculture, development and sustainability depend on small-scale farmers.

Summits Without Soul

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

The goal of mountaineering is to explore rather than to conquer.

Spring Menu

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

Experiment with nature's rich harvest.

Applied Philosophy

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it.

Reflective Waters

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

Slow travel on the French canals.

Art and Beauty

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

God and Work: Aspects of Art and Tradition

Peter Matthiessen: No Boundaries

Issue 259 • March/April 2010 • Seeds of Change: The Future of Food

A documentary film about the life of Peter Matthiessen.

Reclaiming Love

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Disconnecting beloved tradition from the grip of consumer culture.

Holy Water

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Addressing the many challenges to India's watercourses.

Two Sides To The Story

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Sending an email can be more dangerous to the environment than posting a letter.

Hunger for Meaning

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Social responsibility within organisations emerges through recognition of the complex relationships between individuals.

Liberty in the Network Age

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Freedom to code, like the freedom to own and use a printing press, should now be included as a vital component of freedom of expression.

A Modern Mystic

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty

Sadhguru, an Indian spiritual teacher, integrates spirituality, ecological restoration and service with humanity.

Migrating Stones

Issue 256 • September/October 2009 • Exploring Consciousness

Following your dreams can lead you on a journey of unexpected dimensions.

Living Legacies

Issue 255 • July/August 2009 • Sacred Planet

In Ethiopia people are embracing local and ecological knowledge to protect and enhance the integrity of their land.

Closer to the Sky

Issue 255 • July/August 2009 • Sacred Planet

Integrating human beings with their non-human parents.

Cultural Crossroads

Issue 255 • July/August 2009 • Sacred Planet

Sacred sites are the acupunture points of the planet.

The Sanctity of Land

Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity

Money is still deemed to have more worth than natural assets

The Family of Things

Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity

Mary Oliver’s poetry celebrates the utter and irreducible beauty of the ordinary world.

Dignity For All

Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity

Whilst India boasts of economic miracles, the majority of the rural poor continue to suffer indignity and exploitation.

Curious Visions

Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity

There is something of the visionary in the work of Peter Doig, yet a disquieting sense of tension and expectation permeates his paintings.

Housing for Happiness

Issue 253 • March/April 2009 • Economics of Place

Good urban design can predispose people towards happier lives.

Karas

Issue 253 • March/April 2009 • Economics of Place

How the changing face of allotments is helping people adapt to climate change.

Rocky Mountain Music

Issue 253 • March/April 2009 • Economics of Place

A feint reflection of each community reveals itself during the concert.

Writing the Wind

Issue 253 • March/April 2009 • Economics of Place

Literature is a sources of guidance for the task of renewal.

Black is the New White

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine

A teenager’s invention to help save the planet.

Forest Gardening

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine

Regenerating landscapes, rediscovering abundance.

Growing Communities

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine

Julie Brown has created a local food project as vibrant and diverse as the community in which she lives.

Nature's Signature

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine

The art of Pip Benveniste is an expression of her love for the land and the vast connectedness of all life.

Truth of Experience

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine

The paintings of David Tress are alive, fluid and belong to an Earth marked by ancient human presence.

Christmas Cradles

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet

Dried fruit and good tidings, all wrapped up in a mince pie.

Going with the Grain

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet

Artisan flour-milling is playing an essential role in producing specialist flours.

Health Imperative

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet

The quality and quantity of food we produce should be in harmony.

Food is Everything

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet

Hunger created by human greed is an expression of a violent and unjust world.

Nature and Culture &

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

The importance of cultural protection is only just emerging.

How Are We Doing?

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

Finding ways in which humans can live in harmony with Nature.

Bioculturalism, Shamanism & Economics

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

Bioculturalism not only connects Nature and culture, it also implies an animating relationship.

Indigenous Integrity

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

In the context of global warming, native wisdom and knowledge will be required to adapt to the changing environment.

The Right to Choose

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

Indigenous cultures are not fossilised in time: they continue to evolve.

People's Video

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

Preserving biocultural diversity through participatory video.

Indigenous Research

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

The Biocultural Diversity Learning Network.

Beyond Words

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century

Communicating with the Kalahari Bushmen through touch.

Let's have some decent bread

Issue 249 • July/August 2008 • Music for Transformation

It's easy to make proper bread if you give it time.

Five-minute Interview

Issue 249 • July/August 2008 • Music for Transformation

Idealism and Inspiration

Colours of The Earth

Issue 248 • May/June 2008 • The Money Delusion: In Search of True Wealth

The Paintings of Daniel Chatto.

Seen Unseen

Issue 248 • May/June 2008 • The Money Delusion: In Search of True Wealth

The importance of imagination and intuition.

Towards A Happier Planet

Issue 248 • May/June 2008 • The Money Delusion: In Search of True Wealth

Happiness that doesn’t cost the Earth.

Celebrating Vegetarianism

Issue 248 • May/June 2008 • The Money Delusion: In Search of True Wealth

An interview with Satish Kumar

TRANSITION TIME

Issue 245 • November/December 2007 • The Moral Economy

From the Age of Excess to the Era of Moderation.

WORKING WITH ANGER

Issue 245 • November/December 2007 • The Moral Economy

Anger is a passing cloud on the pure nature of mind.

CLAYMAN

Issue 244 • September/October 2007 • The Green Imperative

Andrew Wood sees himself as a “clayman” – which is a register of how, for more than thirty years, clay has been his medium and everything he has needed in order to exercise and find his way with his extraordinary skills as modeller, carver and painter.

A CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION

Issue 244 • September/October 2007 • The Green Imperative

The Life and Work of Sylvia von Hartmann

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Issue 244 • September/October 2007 • The Green Imperative

There is no point in innovation for its own sake – innovation must have a purpose. Innovation in the food industry is actually damaging the quality of food.

PASTORALISTS

Issue 244 • September/October 2007 • The Green Imperative

Peace and security issues are highlighted as tribal peoples attempt to adapt to a fast warming climate.

ALL ROADS LEAD TO ERMO!

Issue 243 • July/August 2007 • The Point of Return

Workshop is 21st century education.

EXPLORING THE EARTH

Issue 242 • May/June 2007 • Do we need God? / Food Futures

The artist Jonathan Newdick wanders in a field of complementary meanings.

WILD ASPARAGUS

Issue 242 • May/June 2007 • Do we need God? / Food Futures

A journey of remembrance and protest.

ILLUMINATION

Issue 242 • May/June 2007 • Do we need God? / Food Futures

Meditation and the art of amusement - the work of Nevil Sattentau

LIFE WITHOUT e-POCKETS

Issue 241 • March/April 2007 • Urban Ecology

Computers make it easy to find stuff however it’s organised; that means i never really organise and simplify my stuff.

NOVEL TIMES

Issue 240 • January/February 2007 • There is no wealth but life

What is the role of today’s writer?

HELENA BLAVATSKY

Issue 240 • January/February 2007 • There is no wealth but life

The evolution of Theosophy

TRUSTEES OF NATURE

Issue 239 • November/December 2006 • A Far Cry from Christmas

Moving beyond heritage conservation to embrace environmental concerns. (Editors' Selection)

LAND AND LIVELIHOODS

Issue 239 • November/December 2006 • A Far Cry from Christmas

Small family farms do more than just produce food. (Editors' Selection)

SIGNS OF OPTIMISM

Issue 238 • September/October 2006 • Celebrating 40 Years of Resurgence

The film An Inconvenient Truth is drawing a healthy audience.

AMBASSADORS OF PEACE

Issue 235 • March/April 2006 • From Ownership to Relationship

A determination to be peace, and courage to stand for it, no matter what, create the energy and power for change.

ALICE IN OXFORD

Issue 235 • March/April 2006 • From Ownership to Relationship

Jeweller Wendy Ramshaw steps through the Looking-Glass.

GREEN STREETS ARE 'NAKED' STREETS

Issue 235 • March/April 2006 • From Ownership to Relationship

Removing 'clutter' can help to reclaim our streets and make them safer.

ONE PLANET LIVING

Issue 234 • January/February 2006 • Earth, Wealth and Wellbeing

An ecovillager visits BedZed - a model and demonstration centre for eco-construction and green lifestyles

TACKLING TERRORISM IS WOMEN'S WORK

Issue 233 • November/December 2005 • The Answer is still Peace

What women are doing to encourage a 'Culture of Peace'.

CULTURAL DNA

Issue 233 • November/December 2005 • The Answer is still Peace

Introducing a revolutionary model of the development of consciousness and human value systems.

THE MOUNTAIN AND THE VALLEY

Issue 232 • September/October 2005 • Nature Knows us - do we know nature?

Environmentalism transcends religious boundaries.

THE NECESSARY ANGEL

Issue 232 • September/October 2005 • Nature Knows us - do we know nature?

Balancing ideals with actions is a constant challenge.

BEYOND PERCEPTION

Issue 231 • July/August 2005 • The Four Pillars of Sustainability

In Part One of this article (Issue 231), we discussed how to access the 'eyes of the soul' in order to perceive the true reality of Consciousness. In Part Two, we explore these concepts at a deeper level and look at the qualities of the soul. we discussed how to access the 'eyes of the soul' in order to perceive the true reality of Consciousness. In Part Two we explore these concepts at a deeper level and look at the qualities of the soul

SCHOOL OF CARING

Issue 230 • May/June 2005 • Inspired Designs

Learning at Brockwood Park is based on ecology and a sense of the sacred.

THE REFLECTIVE LIFE

Issue 230 • May/June 2005 • Inspired Designs

Staying human by writing poems.

DEAD-WOOD

Issue 230 • May/June 2005 • Inspired Designs

Just another blot on the landscape or a valuable aesthetic and wildlife habitat?

FORGET YOUR BOTANY

Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth

Developing children's sensibility to nature through arts-based environmental education.

BREAKING OUT FROM THE INSIDE

Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth

Environmental action needs global support, but its seed is in individual action.

INJURY AND GLOBALISATION

Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth

If business had to pay the full social and environmental cost of transport there would be less enthusiasm for transnational trade.

LOVING CHILDREN

Issue 226 • September/October 2004 • Ecoliteracy : Dancing Earth

Ecological design offers a gift of life, harmony and beauty to our children

Resurgence at the heart of earth, art and spirit