About the Resurgence Trust
The Resurgence Trust
Resurgence has always been more than a magazine. For the past 45 years we have not only published Resurgence (now Resurgence & Ecologist) but also organised a series of events that promote our vision for a more ecological and equitable world. The Resurgence website, which receives nearly a million visitors a year, has encouraged and furthered debate on key environmental and social issues across the globe. We’ve managed to do all this on an entirely not-for-profit basis.
Resurgence was granted charitable status in 2006 and is established as an educational trust. This means that we are able, more proactively, to be ‘more than just a magazine’. We aim to bring together a community of people and organisations who believe that another world is possible, a world that embraces culture, aesthetics, sustainability and spirituality. Our aim is to help create a world based on justice, equality and respect for all beings.
The Resurgence Trust Board of Trustees
- James Sainsbury (Chair)
- Josephine Amankwah
- Dick Baker
- Sandy Brown
- Rebecca Hossack
- Tony Juniper
- Hylton Murray-Philipson
- Nick Robins
- Ana Stanic
Resurgence and the Ecologist
In June 2012, the Ecologist merged with The Resurgence Trust. Read more here...
The Resurgence Trust is a membership based organisation. Please support the trust by joining us as a member. You can help to create a solid foundation for the work of The Resurgence Trust and increase awareness of key issues featured in Resurgence & Ecologist magazine. Find out about our membership subscription scheme.
As we develop our vision to embrace a wider community with the fundamental message Resurgence magazine has championed for the last forty-five years, we are filled with hope and passion that together with our writers, artists, photographers and our supporters, we can really make the world a better place.
The Resurgence Trust is a Charity registered in England and Wales.
Registered Charity No. 1120414
Registered Office: Ford House, Hartland, Bideford, Devon EX39 6EE
Tel 01237 441 293
Fax 01237 441 203