Introducing. . .
What on Earth Evolved?
Daniel Lopez took these stunning images, using TimeLapse technique to capture the natural movement of the earth, stars, clouds, sun and moon. El Cielo de Canarias 2010/11
Artists Project Earth, new album – Rhythms Del Mundo Africa
is due for release in September, and will accompany APE’s online famine appeal campaign
Youth Voice Find out more about the UK Youth Climate Coalition. For info, videos & how to support them: More. . .
The Earth Vision nature writing contest
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What Comes Next?
In this issue, Bill McKibben, Jonathon Porritt, Margaret Atwood and Vandana Shiva tell us why they are still hopeful of a positive outcome for the planet and for humankind. In an exclusive feature, Antony Gormley celebrates the work of Ai Weiwei, and highlights the need to defend the freedom of self-expression and free speech for all.
In our Pioneers feature we profile Kirsty Schneeberger — a young climate change leader and the recipient of an MBE at the age of just 26.
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What Comes Next?
Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, looks at the global changes that have taken place in the past 45 years and asks, "Where do we go from here? Will the 'big brain' bail us out?" Can we grasp this tiny window of opportunity to save something of the magnificence of the Earth before it’s too late?
Challenging the Greens
How much progress have we made, and what should we be doing next? Jonathon Porritt takes a critical look at the green movement and reflects on a harsh moment of truth. He tells us why its time for the movement to transcend chronic dualism and embrace a holistic worldview.
A Feast of a Find
In a city that can feel cool and aloof, Jemima Roberts finds a warm welcome at her local market in North London.
"I relish the rainbow weave of the market’s social tapestry as much as the changing colours of the season."
Painter as Storyteller
The basic human need for the mythic and sacred is too often dismissed as the negligible by-product of misfiring chemical connections within our heads. Walk into painter Wynn Jones’s studio though, and you will see this is not the case.
|Also free to read online from the Sep/Oct Issue|
Grief for our Lost Species
Poetry – Roll Up! Roll Up! More
Opinion: Environmental Justice More
Living in Harmony More
|This month's web exclusives|
Transcending Cultural Stress: Simon Mitchell
Reflections: Rosalind Brackenbury
To Realise What You Live For: Patrick Evans
Metaphor of Faith: Ursula King
The Mystery of Life: W Thomson Martin
Healing the UK Riots: Tim Roberts
What Has Become of Us?: Jeremy Seabrook
|Don't miss the following articles only in print|
New Frontiers: Margaret Atwood
Louder than Words: Antony Gormley
Beauty and Wellbeing: Harry Eyres
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E.F. Schumacher was born one hundred years ago. If you want to find out more about the life of this remarkable man, his daughter Barbara Wood's biography Alias Papa is now available from Green Books.
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E.F. Schumacher Centenary Lecture
13 September, 2011
With Satish Kumar, and introduced by Diana Schumacher. More info, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival of Life
24 September, 2011
A vibrant, jampacked, holistic event
More. . .
Resurgence 45th Birthday Celebration
24 September, 2011
Art, live music, poetry & performance. Speaker: Satish Kumar. All ages welcome. Local food and drink.
Visit the Gather website
Being The Change
1 October, 2011
Satish Kumar shares his wisdom and experience.
More. . .
Schumacher Lectures and evening concert
8 October 2011
Speakers: Satish Kumar, Bill McKibben, Caroline Lucas, Rob Hopkins and more.
www.schumacher.org.uk tel: 01179 9031081
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