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Issue 257 • November/December 2009

Resilience & Climate Change

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Welcome

Flower Power

Resilient flowers need resilient fields and forests to flourish.

Frontline

Keeping Oil in the Ground

The Yasuni Initiative is setting a precedent for rainforest nations to protect their capital.

Client Earth •

The power of law can create justice for the planet.

Positive Media •

Green social networking communities are behind a rise in positive media online.

Big Bang Lab

Delhi City Symphony has helped change the lives of people with limited prospects.

Vancouver - The Greenest City in the World? •

The virtues of a city that is embracing the seismic shift towards a green economy.

Keynotes

Resilience Thinking •

Why 'resilience thinking' is a crucial missing piece of the climate-change jigsaw.

Can We Cope? •

Can we overcome 'conceptual sclerosis' and address the multiplicity of issues related to climate change?

The Three 'Rs'

Three fundamental principles should underpin any approach to food security: resilience, resolarisation and relocalisation.

Quotes

Trees •

I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree.

The Simple Life •

Let people measure life by the meaning of death.

Biocultural Diversity

Amazon Imperative •

For our own survival we must implement global protection of tropical rainforests.

Time for Action

The kind of leadership that was shown in bailing-out the banks should be demonstrated to protect tropical rainforests.

Trees are the Answer

Let us continue the work started by Wangari Maathai and reforest the entire world, creating right livelihood for all.

Climate Justice •

The polluters continue to pollute with impunity, whilst people thousands of miles away bear the brunt of their actions.

Undercurrents

Climate-friendly Farming

Rich-soil farming could help us turn back the carbon clock.

Positive Tipping Point •

The Copenhagen climate conference could be the positive tipping point for global eco-awareness.

Changing Direction •

Climate Change is a symptom of economic and political systems committed to exponential growth on a planet with biophysical limits.

A Learning Society •

The next step in human evolution depends on our ability to live sustainably on the Earth.

The Power of Trust •

An interview with Fiona Reynolds, Director General of the National Trust.

The Arts

Art for Earth's Sake •

We need a paradigm shift from 'ego-art' to 'eco-art'.

Banksy

Has the commodification of Banksy's art taken the edge off his work?

Homemade &

The makings of a Christmas wreath.

Regulars

Poetry - The Hope of Renewal •

The epic power of Nature and the poignancy of love: the poetry of Robyn Bolam.

Gardening - Lonesome Pines

Native pine trees are a resilient species that can adapt to most circumstances.

Nature Writers - Clattinger •

The intimate writing of Peter Please, whose meditations on an "ordinary" place extend our knowledge of the living world.

Sensible Solutions - Natural Frugality

The practice of natural frugality creates a quiet but abiding satisfaction all of its own.

Pioneers - Green Compassion •

Marc Barasch, founder of Green World Campaign, is pioneering simple and direct ways to reforest the earth.

Letters to the Editors - Eco Blind Spot?

Members' Page - Resurgence Reader's Profile

Taking small actions can make a big difference.

Reviews

What on Earth Evolved?

Review of One hundred species that changed the world.

Ancient Light

Review of A Sleepwalk on the Severn.

Song at the Hazardous Edge

Review of Voyaging Out.

Meaningful Work

Review of A Life at Work: The Joy of Discovering What You Were Born to Do.

Jewels of Evolution

Review of Consider the Birds: Who They Are and What They Do.

Wrung from the Dark

Review of Wild: An Elemental Journey.

Web Exclusives

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Review - Books In Brief

Review of Keeping Something Alive.

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