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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There is no other magazine that covers the issues of our times, with truth and beauty, with courage and creativity. Resurgence & Ecologist are sowing the seeds of hope, of freedom, of the joy of living.

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Featured articles from the latest issue of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine

Urban Greening

Charlotte Ina Sterland reports on a new study that shows how planting indigenous species rapidly increases biodiversity in cities. Australian ecologist Luis Mata reveals that "Bringing back species diversity should take a really long time, but this study is concrete evidence that it can happen in just three years."

Acts of Gathering

Charlotte Fraser introduces an exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall that celebrates our connection to a story that is beyond time and space. This exhibition invites people to consider how the emergence of customs and traditions in relation to food can enhance our connections to each other and to the land.

Plant Connections

With the help of plant allies, writer, naturalist and herbalist Brigit Anna McNeill went looking for her feelings and rediscovered her once lost wild voice. "Working with the plants drew my attention and awareness to my learnt habit of gaslighting the heart of me."

Tackling Period Poverty

Dipisha Bhujel shares the story of how and why she set up Project Sparśa – a women-led not-for-profit company that makes compostable sanitary pads from banana plants and uses its revenue to better educate young Nepalese women about their bodies and menstruation.

The Divine Vessel

Teacher and Kabbalist Mike Bais explores how Kabbalah celebrates the divine feminine, whilst affirming that "Although the divine feminine brings life through the birth of her womb, she also brings death. This is the universal, metaphysical principle behind the feminine in creation."

The Red Dress

Kirstie Macleod shares how her idea for a collaborative embroidery project created a platform to amplify the voices of those who took part in the award-winning and global initiative. "Covered in millions of stitches, the 6.8kg Red Dress is weighted as much by the individual stories and collective voices waiting to be heard as by the threads and beads that adorn it."

Picture Credits

Cover image: Artwork by Sarah Jarrett. Urban Greening: Photo © Kohei Uesaka / Unsplash. Acts of Gathering: Learning from Artemisia, 2019-2020 by Uriel Orlow. Plant Connections: Nettles on the River Bank by Emma Chambers. Tackling Period Poverty: Photo by Harrison Thane / The Iris Project. The Divine Vessel: Artwork © Michael Paukner. The Red Dress: Lekazia Turner, embroiderer from Jamaica, 2022, photo by Mark Pickthall

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