Issue 202 • September/October 2000
Homage to Gaia
Welcome • Satish Kumar
HOMAGE TO GAIA • James Lovelock
Memoirs of an independent scientist.
THE GRAIN OF NATURE • Prince Charles
We need to restore the balance between wisdom and science.
GLOBALIZATION AND POVERTY • Vandana Shiva
Economic globalization has become a war against nature and the poor.
EFFICIENCY AND JUSTICE • Ernst Von Weizsäcker
Without social justice energy efficiency is not enough.
THE CURLY-PYJAMA LETTERS • Michael Leunig
It is worth doing nothing
A VILLAGE VOICE • Richard Mabey
People are drawn to the countryside to experience its unique rhythms.
LEARNING FROM THE LAND • Sophie Poklewski Koziell
Matt Dunwell offers permaculture training on his farm.
SPARKS OF INSPIRATION • Nick Robins & Ritu Kumar
Two examples of commitment to people and place.
A VALLEY OF LEARNING • Julia Ponsonby
Rishi Valley school integrates education, ecology and the human spirit.
PATHWAYS TO HEALTH • Max Mackay-James
Listening to the patient.
ART FOR EARTH'S SAKE • Suzi Gablik
A personal memoir of a dissident critic.
LIVING THE ELEMENTS • Adam Stout
Steve Smith is a driftwood magician.
Touchstone • Colin Hodgetts
Letter from America • Jay Walljasper
Poetry • Philip Gross
A Sense of Place - Cockatoo Ground • Mark Tredinnick
A Sense of Place - Sennen Cove • Evelyn Scott Brown
Recipes - CHOCOLATE • Dana Spowers
Letters to the Editors
TREE WOMAN • Suzi Gablik
Review of The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree
THE WAY WE LIVE • Roger Franklin
Review of The Perils of Progress
CLIMATE CHANGE • Stephan Harding
Review of The Breakdown of Climate
TRUTH ABOUT TECHNOLOGY • Stephanie Mills
Review of Technology as Magic
NATURE-CENTRED LEARNING • Mary Tasker
Review of Transformative Learning
FLOW LIKE A RIVER • Kim Taplin
Review of The River's Voice
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT • Victoria Bawtree
Review of Culture and Imperialism
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT • Raul Peschiera
Review of Love After Sappho
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT • John Lane
Review of Chardin