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Issue 189 • July/August 1998

Right to a Way of Life

Out of print

Feature Articles

THE NEWS IS GETTING WORSE •

Any objective analysis of media reporting shows they are becoming more superficial and materialistic.

RIGHT TO A WAY OF LIFE •

For indigenous people, human rights means the right to carry on a certain way of living.

WHAT KIND OF CITY? •

Cities of the future need to be Earth-friendly, energy-efficient andspiritually enchanting.

RESPONSIBLE WEALTH •

Even some wealthy people are appalled by the widening income gap.

HUMBLE IN VENICE •

Imagine if we could flood our cities and travel by boat as in Venice.

END OF DEVELOPMENT •

Development as we know it is another name for economic imperialism.

THE MILLENNIAL TREE •

There is a perfect symbol to celebrate the millennium: it is the planting of yew trees.

CHILDREN OF RUSKIN MILL •

Problems are not there to be eliminated but to be lived through.

OASES EVERYWHERE •

The composting method of Pierre Rabhi leads to the replenishment of the land.

LUMINOUS ART •

Tony Lane¹s paintings recover some of the lost power of images.

SCULPTURES OF SORROW •

The sculptures of Marianne Hall.

MYSTERIES OF EVERYDAY LIFE •

An appreciation of the thoughts of G.K. Chesterton who believed in spiritual worldliness and divinity of ordinary objects.

Regulars

Up the Elephant and Round the Castle

Business Diary

Letters to the Editors

Recipes

Letter from America

Poetry

Reviews

BODY ART •

Review of Decorated Skin: A World Survey of Body Art

DEATH BY CONSUMPTION •

Review of Sharing The World, and Tomorrow¹s World

GREEN INSIGHTS •

Review of Ecopolitics: the Environment in Poststructuralist Thought

DEBT DEMOCRACY •

Review of The Globalisation of Poverty: Impacts of IMF and World Bank Reforms

FROM PROBLEMS TO SOLUTIONS •

Review of Towards a Sustainable Economy, and To End Poverty

MOTHER TO MILLIONS •

Review of Rachel Carson: Witness for Nature

QUESTIONING TOURISM •

Review of Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel

A WARRIOR WOMAN •

Review of Last Standing Woman

A MAN FOR OUR TIME •

Review of Gandhi and the Contemporary World

CELEBRATING SOLITUDE •

Review of Hermits: The Insights of Solitude

A MILLENNIUM CURRICULUM •

Review of Education for Sustainability

ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE •

Review of Valuing Nature: Economics, Ethics and Environment

HUMAN HABITATS •

Review of Designing Ecological Settlements

MOVED BY MOUNTAINS •

Review of Sacred Mountains: Ancient Wisdom and Modern Meaning

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