Author Profile: Donella Meadows
Donella Meadows was a professor of environmental studies at Dartmouth College, USA.
Just So Much, and No More • Donella Meadows
Issue 298 • September/October 2016 • Regenerative Cities > Undercurrents
Edited extract from the Resurgence archive, first published in 2002
JUST SO MUCH AND NO MORE • Donella Meadows
Issue 210 • January/February 2002 • In Adoration of Nature > September 11
Let us rejoice in the logic of the Earth's economy.
THE WORLD IS NOT FOR SALE • Donella Meadows & Hal Hamilton
Issue 203 • November/December 2000 • It is a gift to be simple > Feature Articles
We refuse to eat food from factories.
I LOVE ROSES • Donella Meadows
Issue 199 • March/April 2000 • You are, therefore I am > Feature Articles
There is no excuse for poisoning flowers.
STOPPING SPRAWL • Donella Meadows
Issue 198 • January/February 2000 • Nature Millennium > Cities & Suburbs
We need better, not bigger, cities.
LOVE OF FARMING • Donella Meadows
Issue 197 • November/December 1999 • Transport > Agriculture
Why do we pay so little to farmers? Why do they keep farming?
THE LAND ETHIC • Donella Meadows
Issue 196 • September/October 1999 • Myth of Progress > Timeless Wisdom
The profound insight of Aldo Leopold has stood the test of time.
COCA-COLA BREAK • Donella Meadows
Don't let Coke take over the world.
FARMS OF THE FUTURE • Donella Meadows
Farming in Europe and North America is in crisis. The solution lies in community supported agriculture.
A HOUSE OF LEARNING • Donella Meadows
Oberlin College is building an environmental studies centre which is an ecological statement in itself.
RESPONSIBLE WEALTH • Donella Meadows
Issue 189 • July/August 1998 • Right to a Way of Life > Feature Articles
Even some wealthy people are appalled by the widening income gap.
GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM • Donella Meadows
Review of exposes the poisoning of the public.