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May/June 2014

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Ecological Feminism

Satish Kumar introduces our May/June issue with a celebration of Truth, Goodness and Beauty. The integration of this ancient trilogy into our lives is the foundation of the challenging journey for Resurgence & Ecologist, its writers, poets, artists, readers and supporters.

In an exclusive feature Germaine Greer, author of the inspirational White Beech: The Rainforest Years, argues that conservation and feminism have an enduring historical connection, and that for a feminist to out herself as a conservationist is a logical extension of the feminist worldview.

Our focus on journeys of transformation continues with profiles of Buddhist leader Sulak Sivaraksa, Indian politician Arvind Kejriwal, and political philosopher Roger Scruton.

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World Future CouncilWorld Future Council

A new global campaign that advocates 100% renewable energy aims to change the political mindset and inform the public. The challenge is to convince the world that renewable energy is an achievable, affordable, practical solution to climate change.

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Revolutionary new thinking in science is undermining old myths. Since 1990, science has veered away from its belief in genetic determinism. Biologist Bruce H. Lipton introduces epigenetics, a science that completely rewrites the limiting beliefs of genetic control.

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Tarkine, TasmaniaClimate Change: The Bigger Picture

Our current approach to climate change is strengthening the ideological substructure that is devouring our planet. Charles Eisenstein urges us to tackle the problem at a fundamental level and to focus on the health of humans and natural systems.

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Conservatives and the Environment Conservatives and the Environment

Roger Scruton is a firm believer that right-wing politics provides the best framework for environmentalism. His new book Green Philosophy: How to Think Seriously About the Planet poses some difficult challenges.

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A Meditation in StoneA Meditation in Stone

Unlike so many sculptors preoccupied with the human form, Anthony Turner’s contemplation of botanical forms embodies a deep response to Nature. His sculptures connect us with nature and a sense of the sacred.

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Dreaming the ForestDreaming the Forest

Laura Rival reviews The Falling Sky: Words of a Yanomami Shaman and finds herself entranced by the forest’s vast and timeless symphony. Written by a Yanomami shaman this beautifully-crafted book gets its title from a myth about the cataclysmic end of the world.

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Truth, Goodness and Beauty • Satish Kumar
Introducing the trinity of Truth, Goodness and Beauty More

Wild Garlic • Susan Clark
Cooking with hedgerow plants More

Wildflower Meadows • John Akeroyd
The importance of Transylvania's wild flower meadows More

A Frank Appraisal • Peter Bunyard
Review of The Energy of Nations: Risk Blindness and the Road to Renaissance More

A selection of this month's web exclusives

In Praise of Badgers • Lesley Docksey
Celebrating years of wildlife magic More

Inner and Outer Landscapes • James Murray-White
Review of The Burning Ground More

Yelders in Action • Trish Dickinson
Building connections across the generations More

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Don't miss the following articles only in print

Ecological Feminism • Germaine Greer
Why feminist to conservationist is a logical step

Embracing the Wild • Andrew McAulay
Bonobos conservation in the Congo

Poetry - A Language for our Dwelling Place • Peter Abbs
Eco-poets are turning attention to the natural apocalypse we are now facing

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