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Energy of Nations

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In the July/August issue of Resurgence & Ecologist, Jeremy Leggett highlights the inherent instability of our energy policy and challenges an industry that still lacks commitment to green energy.

James Sainsbury takes a personal perspective on the role of Resurgence & Ecologist as a forum for sharing ideas and wisdom that shed light on mindful living and remind us to value the world we share.

We also celebrate the 40th anniversary and achievements of the Centre for Alternative Technology; explore the growing interest in wellbeing and its role in social transformation; profile human rights activist Mary Robinson and reflect on the impact of the Zapatista movement in Mexico.


The September/October issue will be available on the website on 1st September.

Feature articles

Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

The Politics of Climate Change

Caroline Lucas recalls the destructive floods of last winter and asks, 'What will it take for politicians in Westminster to respond to the threat of climate change with sufficient urgency and ambition?'
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Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

We Made a Cultural Shift

Paul Allen looks back on the creation of CAT forty years ago and its remarkable journey, pushing the boundaries of knowledge on alternative technology. A pioneer within the environment movement, CAT continues to challenge, educate and inspire.
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Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

The Bucket List

Ros Coward considers popular 'bucket lists' and finds evidence that people still love and long for nature as a source of meaning and inspiration. These lists reveal that nature is more important that we might imagine in an urbanised world.
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Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

Wellbeing: The New Indicator

There's growing interest in wellbeing and its potential for transforming society. If wellbeing were truly integrated into all aspects of policymaking, just what kind of social and economic decisions would be made?
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Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

Free As a Bird

Stefana Bosse reviews I Am Malala, a moving account of life under the Taliban and the fight for nationwide education for girls. A testament to the best and worst of human nature, Malala's story is an inspiring tribute to the power of education and personal courage.
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Climate Change: The Bigger Picture

Edible Cities of the Future

Tom Levitt reviews two books, Edible Cities and Paradise Lot that led him to create his own urban edible oasis. One day, our cities could be teaming with small-scale permaculture gardens in yards, balconies, rooftops and beyond.
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The Politics of Climate Change: Sustainable is Easy by Amber Cassidy; We Made a Cultural Shift: Rod James and George Collier with the Cretan windmill, 1974 © CAT; The Bucket List: Illustration by Yelena Bryksenkova; Wellbeing, The New Indicator: Cup of Joy by Kelsey King; Free As a Bird: Malala Yousafzai; Edible Cities of the Future: Summer berries ©

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