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Slashing, Burning, Learning? •

Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Reviews

Review of Foragers, Farmers and Fossil Fuels: How Human Values Evolve

Dead Reckoning

Issue 295 • March/April 2016 • Walking Back to Happiness > Reviews

Review of Death and the Afterlife, and Entertaining Judgment: The Afterlife in Popular Imagination

Farm Campaigner Breaking New Ground •

Issue 294 • January/February 2016 • A Food Renaissance > Ecologist

An interview with Helen Browning, Chief Executive of the Soil Association

From Feathers to Changing Values

Issue 291 • July/August 2015 • Climate: It is a moral issue > Ecologist

The vision of the RSPB

Keeping the Environment in Focus •

Issue 289 • March/April 2015 • We Need New Stories > Ecologist

A profile of the Green Alliance

Pantomime, But No Laughing Matter

Issue 289 • March/April 2015 • We Need New Stories > Reviews

Review of This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate

Speaking Up For Fish and Bees

Issue 288 • January/February 2015 • Power to the People > Reviews

Review of Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat

Stories Change; The Activism Continues •

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

The head of Greenpeace explains why online eco-protest is just part of the future

Conservatives and the Environment

Issue 284 • May/June 2014 • Ecological Feminism > Ecologist

An interview with Roger Scruton

A Call to Pragmatism •

Issue 282 • January/February 2014 • Benevolent Universe > Undercurrents

Philosopher and author John Gray on environmentalism, Nature and the global ecosystem

A Sense of Vocation

Issue 279 • July/August 2013 • The Ecozoic Era > Reviews

Review of The Case for Working with Your Hands: Or Why Office Work is Bad for Us and Fixing Things Feels Good