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Resurgence & Ecologist magazine addresses the environmental, social, and spiritual challenges and opportunities of our time. It provides a voice for change that is driven not by fear, but by a love of the Earth and its many life forms. Recognising the interconnectedness of the crises we face; it seeks to inform and inspire a just and thriving future for all.

This beautifully illustrated, trailblazing magazine connects readers with a diversity of visionaries, exploring nature and ecology, food and farming, spiritually and philosophy, social and environmental justice as well as ethical living, wellbeing, and the arts - an eclectic mix that cannot be found anywhere else. Past contributors include Vandana Shiva, Phillip Pullman, Caroline Lucas, Deepak Chopra, Mya-Rose Craig, Thich Nhat Hanh, Louisa Adjoa Parker, Michael Morpurgo, Polly Higgins, George Monbiot, Isabella Tree, Noam Chomsky, and Gail Bradbrook...the list goes on.

Each much-loved, bi-monthly issues provides positive, progressive and alternative perspectives on the most pressing issues of today, whilst offering visions of a regenerative and harmonious future for all life. Fostering connection between mind and body, self and community, society and nature, Resurgence & Ecologist is an essential resource for all those that believe a better world is possible.

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Featured articles from the latest issue of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine

Watershed Moment

Water is an increasingly scarce resource with pressure on supplies resulting in droughts, crop failure, disrupted trade and land degradation. Yet the role of water on the road to net zero is often overlooked. Adam Wentworth highlights the interdependence of water and energy consumption and the need to create stronger policies to address global challenges.

Amazon Avengers

As deforestation in Brazil's Amazon hits record highs, Indigenous people are joining forces and forming a movement of movements that is inspiring people the world over. Felipe Viveros meets the next generation of Indigenous Earth Defenders resisting the forces of extractive capitalism.

Streets Ahead

Rachel Marsh meets the people behind a "Grassroots Green New Deal in action". A project that aims to build a solar power station along the rooftops of a Victorian terraced street. Film-maker Dan Edelstyn declares, "The streets will be an example of what the government could and should be doing right now across the UK."

Empowering Local Politics

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) has produced new guidance for councils on ways to tackle the climate emergency. The recommendations have emerged from the Zero Carbon Britain Innovation Lab and CAT is already working with 150 local councils. Catherine Early reports.

The Great Turning

Youth activist Katie Hodgetts speaks with Chris Johnstone about the publication of a revised edition of seminal text Active Hope. They explore the 'Great Unravelling' and the 'Great Turning' in the context of activism today and the inner work needed for change to happen.

The Electrical Language of Fungi

"Do mushrooms talk to each other?" Yasmin Dahnoun reports on new research into the hidden world of the mycelium network. Scientists are learning more about the use of electrical signals to communicate and how those signals react to changes in the environment.

Picture Credits

Cover image: People Power: Inesperado (2018) by Juan Genovés © DACS 2022; Watershed Moment: Illustrations © Mitch Blunt/Ikon Images; Amazon Avengers: Célia Xacriabá, photo by Alice Aedy; Streets Ahead: Hilary Powell and Dan Edelstyn outside the Power Station, Walthamstow Photo: Alistair Gentry; Empowering Local Politics: Illustration © Valero Doval/Ikon Images; The Great Turning: Illustration by Graham Franciose @grahambunctious; The Electrical Language of Fungi: Mycelium Network II by Spencer Sass, @spencer.sass

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