Issue 290
May/June 2015
Becoming Barbarian

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Welcome

A Radical Resurgence

Yesterday, today and tomorrow - welcome to fresh thinking

Frontline

More Meaningful Work •

Britons want more meaningful work and greener industry

News from the Grassroots

Reports from around the world

Beaver Colony Reprieved •

Devon Wildlife Trust secures the return of beavers

Environmental Tensions in the Arctic •

New environmental tensions emerge in Alaska

Ecologist

Arming Big Business •

How Lobbying is taking over our politics

Worldwatcher With A Warning •

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

TTIP or Democracy?

The dangers inherent in the proposed new EU-US trade agreement

New Paradigms For Farming •

We must abandon misleading concepts based on the idea of agriculture as war against the land

Thinking Like Water

Dwindling supplies of water are increasingly being monopolised by big business

Keynotes

Becoming Barbarian •

Exploring the true meaning of 'barbarian' and challenging concepts of civilisation

Undercurrents

The True Temple Within Your Heart •

A Tibetan Parable

Building For Belonging

City planning must focus on ending social isolation

Plants Before Pills

We need to reconnect with natural food and medicine

The Woman Who Chose to Plant Corn

Applauding a change of direction

The New Radicalism •

Resurgence at 50: a classic article reprinted from May 1966

1966: A Brave Beginning

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

Ethical Living

The Glorious Way Forward •

Diary column

Food For Free

Bringing the fashion for foraged food into question

Radical Love •

Love sustains humanity

How Steiner's Seeds Came to Crop • &

Biodynamic growing inspires a new recipe book from the farm kitchen

I Got Algorithm

Crowdfunding for the Transition Towns musical brings insights into human behaviour

Disappeared On A City Street •

Amnesty International appeal

Regulars

Poetry - Visions of An Ecological Prophet •

The work of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our editors

Crossword

A brain teaser full of ecological clues

The Arts

Rocking All Over The World •

An interview with sculptor Stephen Cox

Watching Me, Watching You

A filmmaking project exploring how we see Nature and ourselves in today's surveillance society

Reviews

Words of Wonder

Review of Landmarks

At The Edge Of Our Imagination

Review of The High Oak: A Journey across Dartmoor

In Search of Place

Review of Rising Ground: A Search for Spirit of Place

A Divine Child, A Dynastic Massacre

Review of The Living Goddess: A Journey into the Heart of Kathmandu

A Convivial Conversation

Review of Distant Neighbors: The Selected Letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder

Sailing To Save The Planet

Review of Rainbow Warriors: Legendary Stories from Greenpeace Ships

A Passion For Peace

Review of Betrand Russell: A Pacifist At War

Web Exclusives

Article - The Biotic Pump We Ignore At Our Peril

A new theory on rainfall patterns and why deforestation could disrupt them

Review - Grains of Truth

Review of Sacred Seed

Review - Four Steps To Hope

Review of Realizing Hope: Life Beyond Capitalism

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