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A Global Call for Sharing and Justice
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In the 45th anniversary year of Resurgence, we highlight the importance of core values that serve people and the planet. Our March/April issue celebrates the champions of intrinsic values who have contributed to Resurgence over the years, including Caroline Lucas, Vandana Shiva, Annie Lennox and Václav Havel. Feature articles include HRH The Prince of Wales on Islam and the Environment, and Rowan Williams on Moral Housekeeping.
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Our Core Values
Respect for the environment and care for the Earth are values at the core of all religions and wisdom traditions. Satish Kumar looks at the values that underpin Resurgence and why the restoration of wisdom, respect and reverence for life hold the key to solving the current environmental crisis.
George Monbiot highlights the critical difference between intrinsic and extrinsic values and explains why we need to live by our intrinsic values if both people and the Earth are to flourish. Humanity will be far better served by the values of hospitality, humility and harmony than by the values of success, speed and greedy self-interest.
From soil collected on the heights of Devon’s Dartmoor to a verge-side Californian clay found on Highway 101 in the USA, two earth artists — Leah Fanning Mebane and Cea Blyth — explain the benefits of creating colour from natural pigments. "When I learned it was possible to make my own paints from clay and oil, my passion was ignited."
The portrayal of nature in movies evokes a passion and respect for vivid wild landscapes. Resurgence film editor, Caspar Walsh, highlights a very personal selection of contemporary wilderness films that have opened his heart and blown him away. Discover films where nature is the true star. . .
|Also free to read online from the March/April Issue|
Pilgrim or Tourist: Peter Owen Jones explores the real journey we must all make. More
Green the World - GreenSpirit: Path to a New Consciousness. More
The Pond: Witnessing the miracle of a normally hidden watery world. More
|This month's web exclusives|
Unsustainable Subsidies: Deepak Rughani
The Riches of Burma: Sophie Poklewski Koziell
The Resurgence Garden: James Towillis
Back to Front Gardening: David Midgely & Roxanna Summers
Butterfly Wings and Why: Horatio Morpurgo reviews Butterflies: Messages from Psyche
|Don't miss the following articles only in print|
Islam and the Environment: HRH The Prince of Wales
Moral Housekeeping: Rowan Williams
A Call to Humility: Václav Havel
The Art of Liberation: Harry Eyres
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Our Future Planet (OFP)
is the only online community that enables you to share ideas, design your future, and create change in the real world. The OFP website is designed to inform, inspire and encourage people to create positive visions for the future and develop the systems needed to get us there.
OFP is a community for planetary citizens, where you can make connections with people who have mutual interests and passions. The website empowers individuals to cooperate to bring ideas to life through creating actions, projects and petitions to facilitate change.
Find out more about OFP unique work, focusing on solutions and a positive vision for the future: www.ourfutureplanet.org
1-7 May, 2011
A festival of arts, craft and culture to celebrate the life of Rabindranath Tagore.
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Resurgence Summer Camp
28 – 31 July
A weekend of talks, music, craft and inspiration. More information and online booking. . .
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18 – 25 June
Eight days, living in community. Five rhythms dance, live music, improvisation and comedy workshops, wild swimming in a beautiful river, and children’s activities.
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