Issue 254 • May/June 2009
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Our fixation with fashion is a key cause of current world crises.
Celebrating the transformation of 'school food culture'.
Exploring Core Values • David Lorimer
Creating healthy relationships and lifestyles.
Land Sharing • Giovanna Dunmall
Ground-breaking gardening initiatives.
To Live With The Sea • Ruth Rosselson
Preserving the livelihood and environment of the Vezo people of Madagascar.
Theatre For The Earth • Alok Ulfat
An innovative theatre company helping to create awareness of ecological wellbeing.
Taking a closer look at parenting issues.
Nature-Deficit Disorder • Richard Louv
We must prevent the extinction of Nature in our children's hearts.
Videophilia • Aric Sigman
Televisions and computers have hijacked childhood.
What is the true cost of our love of designer labels?
Defra launches a Sustainable Clothing Action Plan.
Reap What You Sow • Vandana Shiva
Why does the Indian government continue to turn a blind eye towards farmers' suicides?
Subsistence Culture • Tewolde B. G. Egziabher
Learning from the wisdom of Mother Africa.
Saluting the small farmers who refuse to co-operate with the agribusiness paradigm.
Bourgeois Maths • Emmánuel Lizcano
Questioning the supremacy of the mathematics of the European tribe.
Prophet of Deep Ecology • Erin Scott
A tribute to Arne Naess.
Relocation, Relocation, Relocation • Gianluca Brunori
A ripost of the false promise of "total economies".
The Kashmir Valley now faces a threat even greater than human conflict.
Resistance to New Ideas • Bertrand Russell
Think Like A Mountain • Arne Naess
We are not outside the rest of nature.
Elemental Experience • Tanya Harrod
The unusual braiding of art, craft and accident in the work of Francis Wishart.
China From China • Sandy Brown
Experiences from a cross-cultural exchange.
The introspective work of 'craft artist' Sarah Pank.
Encounters in Creation • Peter Popham
Artistic collaborations of extraordinary spiritual resonance.
Nature Writers - On Birds • Mark Cocker
The sublime writing of J. A. Baker and Aldo Leopold.
A collaboration of poetry and photography.
Recipes - Magical Elder • Daphne Lambert
Gathering armfuls of delicate elderflowers is one of the delights of early summer.
The impact of living without oil and what the future holds.
Letters to the Editors - Cultural Corrections
Poetry - Coda 4 • John Moat
In Memory of John Fairfax, former Poetry Editor of Resurgence.
Members' Page - Summer Camp Connections • Lorna Howarth
A day without fossil fuels.
Review of The Golden Boat: Selected Poems of Rabindranath Tagore.
Review of Lighting a Candle: Kathleen Raine and Temenos - Reflections, Memories, Tributes.
Review of Gardening at the Dragon's Gate: At Work in the Wild and Cultivated World.
Review of Riverford Farm Cook Book: Tales from the Fields, Recipes from the Kitchen.
Review of Futurecast 2020: A Global Vision of Tomorrow.
Review of Everywhere All The Time: A New Deschooling Reader.
Review of The Age of Stupid documentary.
Money is still deemed to have more worth than natural assets
Review of Wait for decisiveness to be informed by spirit of place.
Mary Oliver’s poetry celebrates the utter and irreducible beauty of the ordinary world.
Whilst India boasts of economic miracles, the majority of the rural poor continue to suffer indignity and exploitation.
There is something of the visionary in the work of Peter Doig, yet a disquieting sense of tension and expectation permeates his paintings.
Review of Positively Responsible and The Difference Makers.
Review of Toward Saving the Honeybee.
Review of Quantum Shift in the Global Brain.
Review of Paper Trails: From Trees to Trash – The True Cost of Paper.