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Moving On

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Welcome

A record-holding Editor leaves an important legacy

Nuclear Waste Stockpile •

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Frontline

Sellafield waste continues to pose threat

News from the Grassroots •

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Frontline

Environmental news from around the globe

Trunk Call •

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Ecologist

Hamish John Appleby's new book considers the emotional lives of elephants

Turning the Pages •

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Ethical Living

Satish Kumar looks back on 43 years at the helm of Resurgence

Israel accused over Palestinan activist's detention •

Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Ethical Living

An appeal on behalf of Amnesty International

Only Connect

Issue 297 • July/August 2016 • Natural Healing > Welcome

Making connections is essential to thinking holistically

Satish Kumar's New Role •

Issue 297 • July/August 2016 • Natural Healing > Frontline

Resurgence & Ecologist's editor-in-chief to become Editor Emeritus

Prince of Wales and Alan Rushbridger join conference speakers •

Issue 297 • July/August 2016 • Natural Healing > Frontline

Update on Resurgence 50th Birthday event in Oxford, September 2016

Journalist Freed From Jail •

Issue 297 • July/August 2016 • Natural Healing > Ethical Living

Amnesty International Appeal

A Milestone on Our Journey

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

Reflections on 50 years of Resurgence

News from the Grassroots •

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

Reports from around the world

In the Beginning Were the Words

Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Resurgence50

Poet and campaigner Michael Horovitz recalls the birth of Resurgence

Founding Figures and Guiding Lights •

Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Resurgence50

Profiled: some remarkable contributors to the Resurgence story

Hold the Front Page •

Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Resurgence50

Memorable covers from our early days

Indonesian Religious Minority Forced From Their Homes •

Issue 296 • May/June 2016 • Days of Hope > Ethical Living

Amnesty International Appeal

Spring In Our Step

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

When we walk together we become forces for change

News from the Grassroots •

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

Reports from around the world

Doug Tompkins obituary •

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

Tycoon-turned-conservationist working to rewild swathes of South Africa

Fears Rise for Vietnamese Rights Activist •

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

An Amnesty International Appeal

Women Sweep Resurgence Eco-Poetry Prize

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

The winning entries

A New Year: A Renewed Commitment

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

Exploring new ways of thinking and living

News from the Grassroots •

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

Environmental news from around the globe

Festival of Wellbeing Raises the Roof •

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

Resurgence event overcomes last minute crisis

Michael Meacher and Dora Holzhandler •

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

Tributes to two extraordinary people

Activist Jailed for Reporting Assaults •

Issue 294 • January/February 2016 • A Food Renaissance > Ethical Living

An Amnesty International Appeal

Building Resurgence

Issue 293 • November/December 2015 • Go With the Flow > Welcome

Planning for the future of The Resurgence Trust

Smart Cities to Cut Greenhouse Gases •

Issue 293 • November/December 2015 • Go With the Flow > Frontline

A transition to a more renewable energy solutions is possible

News From the Grassroots • &

Issue 293 • November/December 2015 • Go With the Flow > Frontline

Reports from around the world

Rights Lawyer Jailed for 15 Years •

Issue 293 • November/December 2015 • Go With the Flow > Ethical Living

An Amnesty International Appeal

Visions of Hope, Ways of Seeing

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Welcome

A poet's holistic view of Nature, social justice and the world can inspire us

World's Water Wells Running Dry •

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Frontline

Satellite data shows that aquifers running dry

News From the Grassroots •

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Frontline

Reports from around the world

New Health Curbs Urged on Wi-Fi and Mobile Phones •

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Frontline

Scientists have urged the UN to place stricter controls on mobile phones and Wi-fi

Jailed: A Political Painter •

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Ethical Living

An Amnesty International appeal

Get the Drift

Issue 292 • September/October 2015 • Lines of Hope > Reviews

Review of Plankton: Wonders of a Drifting World

This is What Matters

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

Peace, Nature, art and social justice outweigh blind economic 'growth'

News From the Grassroots •

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

Reports from around the world

Encyclical to Galvanise Catholic Conscience •

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

The impact of the Pope's statement on climate change

Forest Activist Fights for His Freedom •

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

Amnesty appeal for a Russian environmentalist

Poetry - The Resurgence Poetry Prize

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

Announcing a major eco-poetry award

A Radical Resurgence

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Welcome

Yesterday, today and tomorrow - welcome to fresh thinking

More Meaningful Work •

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Frontline

Britons want more meaningful work and greener industry

News from the Grassroots

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Frontline

Reports from around the world

Beaver Colony Reprieved •

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Frontline

Devon Wildlife Trust secures the return of beavers

Environmental Tensions in the Arctic •

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Frontline

New environmental tensions emerge in Alaska

Worldwatcher With A Warning •

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Ecologist

Water shortages and food instability loom says 'green godfather' Lester Brown

1966: A Brave Beginning

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Undercurrents

The first issue of Resurgence explored radical ideas on peace, humanity and society

Disappeared On A City Street •

Issue 290 • May/June 2015 • Becoming Barbarian > Ethical Living

Amnesty International appeal

New Hope in a Changing World

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

Beyond the bad news, there are stirrings of inspiring possibility

Appealing for Yolanda •

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

Solidarity with an activist

Back to A Land •

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

A major exhibition of work by Henry Moore

Festival of Wellbeing •

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

Soil, soul and making connections

A Tribute to David Nicholson-Lord •

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

Reflecting on the work of regular contributor and author of Up the Elephant Round the Castle

Senses of Place

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

Review of Home Country, Meadowland and On Silbury Hill

QUESTIONING TOURISM •

Issue 189 • July/August 1998 • Right to a Way of Life > Reviews

Review of Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel

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