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Resurgence & Ecologist offers positive perspectives on a range of engaging topics covering ecology, social justice, philosophy, spirituality, sustainable development and the arts - an eclectic mix that cannot be found anywhere else.

Published bi-monthly, each beautifully illustrated issue contains feature articles by respected writers, news from the frontline of the environmental movement, ideas on ethical living, book reviews, recipe columns, humour, poetry and arts profiles. Past contributors include Margaret Atwood, Michael Morpurgo, Antony Gormley, Rowan Williams, Vandana Shiva and Polly Higgins...the list goes on.

Resurgence & Ecologist is now firmly established as essential reading throughout the environmental movement. Resurgence & Ecologist is enjoyed by people from all walks of life including environmentalists, politicians, business leaders, academics, activists, teachers, writers and artists.

Feature articles

The World is Waking Up as Disaster Looms

The World is Waking Up as Disaster Looms

The publication of WWF's biannual 'Living Planet Report' brings one more reminder of the scale of human impacts on our world. Yet, amid statistics of population declines, extinction and deforestation, Tony Juniper finds reasons to be hopeful, and urges us to join together to call for a Global Deal for Nature and People.
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When Green is Too White

When Green is Too White

Zion Lights looks beyond the public face of the environment movement to discover some uncomfortable truths about campaign strategies that have gone awry and left grassroots activist marginalised. We need a new model of campaigning that places environmental justice at the core.
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Maori Tradition Helps Heal Families

Maori Tradition Helps Heal Families

At a community hall in Camden, family conflicts are being addressed using a powerful process inspired by traditional Maori culture. The aim is to rebalance the power between social work professionals and families by involving extended family and giving everyone a voice. The results are transformative.
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The Story of A Recoverable Earth

The Story of A Recoverable Earth

The relentless retelling of 'doom and gloom' stories have alienated many people from the environment movement. It's time for a new narrative and Paul Jepson has an idea - to create a narrative around ecosystem regeneration that is fresh, hopeful, intriguing and empowering.
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A Stitch In Time

A Stitch In Time

Marianne Brown discovers a project bringing new life to historic knitwear in the Shetland. Using patterns based on garments in the Shetland Museum, people can now make their own treasured pieces. "Each time someone knits a new version of the original garments they are keeping the story around that garment alive."
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Time and Tide

Time and Tide

'No. More. Plastic: What You Can Do To Make a Difference' sets out simple actions to tackle the problem of plastic pollution, urging us to buy less plastic and spend more time cleaning up our mess. But does the book go far enough? Oliver Tickell takes a look at what else needs to change.
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