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Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine

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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

Acting Now for People, Animals and Planet

Campaigner for animal welfare Joyce D'Silva invites us to stop seeing 'other' and start seeing all people and all other sentient beings as 'another' - advocating this as a pathway to a more compassionate world. She also explores the health, wellbeing and planetary benefits of moving away from a meat-based diet.

Tales of Urban Birding

Yasmin Dahnoun spends a day birdwatching with The Urban Birder, David Lindo at Wormwood Scrubs, London. She learns about the struggles the birds face every day just to survive against threats such as the controversial high speed rail development. For Lindo, birdwatching is more than a hobby, it is a way to protect the landscape and birds that he loves.

Choosing Yourself By Choosing Community

Struggling with a depression made worse by the enforced isolation of the pandemic, Raiyah Butt shares how she found strength in the words of bell hooks and the radical idea that loving your community is an act of self-care. For Raiyah this manifested through sharing food in her community.

The Qur'an of Nature

It is not so well known that in the Islamic spiritual faith, taking active and loving care of the natural world is one of the three core tenets of scripture, and so by neglecting that duty we neglect our very spiritual lives. Iranian-American Sufi Omid Safi considers the role of trusteeship towards creation and what it means for the environment.

The Dataset's Dream

Artist Bryony Benge-Abbott and poet Thomas Sharp worked with scientists at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology to explore themes of grief - and hope - around biodiversity recording and loss. "By inviting a poet and an artist into their project, the scientists embarked on a surreal, sensory exploration of their dataset and all the records and gaps it contains. And thus our dataset began its first dream."

How Did We Get Here?

Tony Gillam asks, "What happens to our mental health when we can't get together to sing or make music?" He talks to singer-songwriter Lizzy Hardingham and learns about her project documenting the experiences of musicians and audiences through the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns. Telling stories about mental health through the medium of music has never been more important.

Picture Credits

Cover image: Artwork by Melpomeni Chatzipanagiotou @menis_art; Acting Now for People, Animals and Planet: Artwork by Elicia Edijanto; Tales of Urban Birding: Wormwood Scrubs at dawn © David Lindo; Choosing Yourself By Choosing Community: Artwork by Japneet Kaur @storyofaseed; The Qur'an of Nature: Stars of Mount Noor, 2019 by Elisabeth Deane; The Dataset's Dream: installation by Bryony Benge-Abbott, photo courtesy Ewelina Ruminsk; How Did We Get Here?: Illustration © Sophie Casson / Ikon Images.

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