Support Resurgence now Resurgence Cookies

You agree to us using simple cookies. More Information

In your basket at the moment:

Nothing yet

issue cover 193

Cover: Birch trees at the Mythic Garden, photographed by Andrew Lawson, the renowned garden photographer.

 

Issue availability

No Back Issue available

No PDF Issue available

Article availability

Free to view

Free to view soon

Buy to view

Buy to view soon

Not available to view

Reprint permissions

Buy this issue: 283
Register for a free copy

Magazine

Related Pages

My Resurgence

RDM Revival

Artists Project Earth New Album. Help us to help them...

Green Books

Issue 193 • March/April 1999

Deterrence - Nature - Wild

Out of print

Welcome

Welcome •

Feature Articles

DEATH BY DETERRENCE •

Deterrence is a dialogue of the blind with the deaf.

HOW HUMANS DISCOVERED THE WILD •

For many people David Attenborough is the public face of natural history.

HUMAN NUMBERS •

Reducing consumption and human numbers is a priority.

THE BIG PICTURE •

We've had twenty-five years of environmental agreements and the world is getting worse.

WHO WILL FEED THE WORLD •

First chemical fertilizers, then the Green Revolution, and now genetic engineering promises to feed the world.

SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION •

Sustainable consumption is a poverty issue, an efficiency issue and a moral issue.

OBSOLESCENCE •

The word "obsolete" comes much too easily to our tongues.

ECOLOGY OF MONEY •

Contrary to its claims, capitalism is the mortal enemy of democracy and the market.

OR A PRIVATE LANGUAGE •

Language is social. Its meanings are never fixed. It can never be reduced to tables, formulas or slogans.

BASIC NEEDS •

Basic needs are for the poor. No one ever thinks of offering such a formula to the rich.

ART IN NATURE • &

In the foothills of Dartmoor, art, science and nature meet.

ARTIST OF THE INTERIOR •

The art of Evelyn Williams reveals the deepest human feelings.

A WOMAN OF TREES •

Julia Hill has been living up a tree for the past twelve months.

CONQUERING CORRUPTION •

In rural Rajasthan ordinary people forced village officials to surrender money obtained by corrupt means.

SCIENCE OF WHOLENESS •

The study of science requires an understanding of quality as well as quantity.

SHOP LOCALLY •

The Happy Pear Project in the village of Hartland is an initiative in rural economy.

HOUSE OF STRAW •

Near the City of Gloucester, Jim Wallis has built a house which is beautiful, sustainable and inexpensive.

Regulars

Up the Elephant and Round the Castle

Letter from America

Business Diary

Good News For Gaia

Poetry

Letters to the Editors

Field Days - an anthology of Poetry

Reviews

FAIR FIELDS

EARTH POEMS •

Review of Scottish Ground

CHRISTIAN MEDITATION •

Review of The Inner Christ

TIME MEASURED •

Review of The Calendar

PSYCHOLOGY BEYOND SELF •

Review of The Resonance of Emptiness

A SPIRITUAL WARRIOR •

Review of Loyalty Demands Dissent

A GENEROUS GARDENER •

Review of City Fields, Country Gardens - Allotment Essays

PLANETARY RHYTHMS •

Review of Planting by the Moon, a Gardener's Calendar 1999

Resurgence at the heart of earth, art and spirit