Issue 304
September/October 2017
Together We Are Stronger

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Welcome

We Can Be Heroes

Ordinary people, extraordinary stories. All are inspirational

Frontline

Osprey Translocation Project Takes Off

Once extinct in Britain, this spectacular bird is returning

A round up or news on fracking and energy in the UK •

Irish fracking ban; disinvestment; and 'fossil free' theatre tickets

New Boost for Renewables, Outsripping Gas and Coal •

The global energy revolution is unstoppable

Media Worker Faces Jail in Myanmar •

An appeal on behalf of Amnesty International

News From the Grassroots •

A round up of environmental news from around the globe

Future Plans for Resurgence •

Resurgence makes plans for a new chapter

Sun Shines on the Resurgence Camp •

Reflections on this year's camp

Ecologist

Conflict in a Place of Milk and Money •

Development is threatening the Barabaig pastoralists

All Sett For An Encounter •

Badger watching expedition

Trusting and Cultivating the Wild

We must reclaim our future

The Green Lawyer Courting Trouble and Winning •

An interview with James Thornton of ClientEarth

Learning from Nature's Laws and Lores

A transatlantic quest to spread Indigenous wisdom

Keynotes

Day of the Doughnut

The case for sustainability and social justice

Undercurrents

Only Connect •

Perspectives on consumerism and resources from Tibetan Buddhism's Karmapa

Religion, Rights and Realpolitik

The dilemmas facing Aung San Suu Kyi

Heroes For Nature •

Inspirational environmental campaigners

The Crushing Embrace of Mother Earth

The implications of the Anthropocene

Ethical Living

A Taste of Green in the Concrete Jungle •

For a healthy city, more space should be used to grow food

This Blessed Plot is Brewing •

Pondering seeds of discontent in the allotment

Slug in the Grass

The connection between man and mollusc

A Handbook for Times to Come •

Celebrating the work of pioneering food writer Patience Gray

By the East Lyn River •

Listen to the river

The Arts

Changing Faces •

A documentary photographer records the story of unlikely heroes

Somerset Voices •

Traditional cider making in the community

A Shockwave For Our Screens

The documentary film A Plastic Ocean uncovers our addiction to plastic

Nature Out of Context •

The Museum of Modern Nature exhibition aims to change the way we see nature

Off the Wall

A project to bring poetry to a new public

Regulars

Poetry - Celebrating A Sense of Place •

Poetry and images combine to reveal the splendour of the Glen of Balquhidder

Deep Spirit - Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our Editors

Reviews

Still Thinking Small

Review of Human Scale Revisited: A New Look at the Classic Case for a Decentralist Future

In the Ending Are the Words •

Review of Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist

Time To Take Stock •

Review of Thank You For Being Late: An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations

Landscape With A Vision •

Review of Existence: A Story

Keeping Faith In Farming •

Review of Religion and Sustainable Agriculture: World Spiritual Traditions and Food Ethics

Sins and Omissions of the Flesh •

Review of Personalities on the Plate: The Lives and Minds of Animals We Eat

Digging In •

Review of From the Deep Well: The Diaries of Pratale Farm

Web Exclusives

Review - Cast Away

Review of Chagos: A History – Exploration, Exploitation, Expulsion

Article - Collaborating for Change

We need a revolution in how we do politics in the UK

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