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Happy Beings

Issue 269 • November/December 2011 • Wellbeing > Reviews

Review of In Search of Happiness and A Life of One's Own

Life Unplugged

Issue 268 • September/October 2011 • What Comes Next? > Reviews

Review of The Winter of Our Disconnect

Stairway to Heaven

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

Growing Food on the roof of a supermarket

No More Playing God •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

UN declares moratorium on climate techno-fixes

A Sea is Revived •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

A dam brings good news

Sister Act •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

All-women trekking agency empowers women in Nepal

Sutton Life Centre •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

An innovative new eco-building to inspire young people

Birchwood Specialist •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

A rare sawfly is found at a Caledonian Forest Conservation site

Back From the Brink •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

Conservation efforts to save rare snakes

Large as Life •

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Frontline

Campaigning art you can see from space

Thinking Outside the Box

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Reviews

Review of The Case for Working with Your Hands

Article - The Riches of Burma

Issue 265 • March/April 2011 • Intrinsic Values > Web Exclusives > Article

A new species of snub-nosed monkey is discovered

Planned Obsolescence •

Issue 263 • November/December 2010 • Apostles of Beauty > Undercurrents

Time to halt the manufacture of shoddy, short-lived goods

Flights of Imagination

Issue 262 • September/October 2010 • Embodied Wisdom > Reviews

Review of The Running Sky: A Birdwacthing Life by Tim Dee

Do Not Be Afraid

Issue 258 • January/February 2010 • Liberty > Reviews

Review of The Art of Dying | Gentle Dying: The Simple Guide to Achieving a Peaceful Death.

Like Moths to a Flame

Issue 254 • May/June 2009 • Elegant Simplicity > Reviews

Review of Lighting a Candle: Kathleen Raine and Temenos - Reflections, Memories, Tributes.

Review - Books in Brief , &

Issue 252 • January/February 2009 • Nature Crunch: Redesign, Rethink, Reimagine > Web Exclusives > Review

Beyond Words •

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet > Frontline

The art of communication through touch.

Review - Books in Brief &

Issue 251 • November/December 2008 • Feasting & Fasting: Connecting the Plate and the Planet > Web Exclusives > Review

Article - Beyond Words

Issue 250 • September/October 2008 • Indigenous Intelligence: Diverse Solutions for the 21st Century > Web Exclusives > Article

Communicating with the Kalahari Bushmen through touch.

Transforming Tourism • &

Issue 248 • May/June 2008 • The Money Delusion: In Search of True Wealth > Undercurrents

Holidays need not cost the Earth.

Milk of Human Kindness

Issue 247 • March/April 2008 • Long Live Biodiversity! > Undercurrents

Animal welfare is paramount in organic dairy production.

SIMPLE SOURDOUGH

Issue 242 • May/June 2007 • Do we need God? / Food Futures > Food Futures

On a bread-making course at The Village Bakery.

BOOKS IN BRIEF &

Issue 239 • November/December 2006 • A Far Cry from Christmas > Reviews

Review of Hard Rain by Mark Edwards and Lloyd Timberlake, Manifesto for the Earth by Mikhail Gorbachev, Peace is the Way by Deepak Chopra, What I Heard About Iraq by Eliot Weinberger, Why Birds Sing by David Rothenberg

A RADICAL PRAGMATIST •

Issue 237 • July/August 2006 • Reflecting on India > Current Affairs

An interview with Patrick Holden, Director of the Soil Association.

Small Steps - COTTON BOTTOMS

Issue 235 • March/April 2006 • From Ownership to Relationship > Regulars > Small Steps

Alternatives to conventional disposable nappies.

BOOKS IN BRIEF • &

Issue 234 • January/February 2006 • Earth, Wealth and Wellbeing > Reviews

Review of The Sustainability Revolution by Andres R. Edwards, The Distracted Centipede by Mina Semyon, Passionate Medicine (ed.) Robin Shohet, Crimes against Nature by Robert F. Kennedy Jr,, Writing the World (eds) David Rothenberg and Wandee J. Pryor

KNEADING TIME •

Issue 221 • November/December 2003 • Divine Earth > Feature Articles

Transforming attitudes to bread.

Welcome •

Issue 217 • March/April 2003 • Myth of Prosperity > Welcome

FROM SAND TO SOIL •

Issue 210 • January/February 2002 • In Adoration of Nature > September 11

Organic agriculture takes root in Egypt.

CELEBRATION •

Issue 203 • November/December 2000 • It is a gift to be simple > Frontline

Resurgence marks twenty-five years of editorship.

LEARNING FROM THE LAND •

Issue 202 • September/October 2000 • Homage to Gaia > Frontline

Matt Dunwell offers permaculture training on his farm.

Good News For Gaia

Issue 201 • July/August 2000 • Only Connect - Soil, Soul, Society > Regulars > Good News For Gaia

Good News For Gaia

Issue 199 • March/April 2000 • You are, therefore I am > Regulars > Good News For Gaia

A TALE OF TWO APPLES •

Issue 198 • January/February 2000 • Nature Millennium > Frontline

The choice is between artificial and organic.

ORGANIC REVOLUTION • &

Issue 196 • September/October 1999 • Myth of Progress > Frontline

The land is not ours. We should leave the land in good heart.

TWO WOMEN OF THE SOIL •

Issue 195 • July/August 1999 • Earth Charter > Feature Articles

A tribute to Lady Eve Balfour and Rachel Carson.

HOMES NOT OFFICES •

Issue 186 • January/February 1998 • Natural Spirituality > Feature Articles

The story of Coin Street is an urban fairy-tale. Against all odds, a local community saved itself from a faceless office development.

Resurgence at the heart of earth, art and spirit