The Tipping Point

Issue 276 • January/February 2013

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The Great Challenge

Caring for our environment is a moral imperative


Action From the Grass Roots

Grass roots initiatives around the globe

No Runways

Transition Heathrow working for a sustainable future

The Avaaz Daily Briefing

Global media offering positive solutions

Changing Money for Good

The Bristol Pound - money for people not profit

The Edge Fund

Financing Participatory Democracy


Artist speak 'from the heart'

Ethical Living

Resurgence of the Human Spirit

A new year message, sharing hopes for the future of the greens

The Tipping Point

When we will end extreme poverty and provide social justice for all?

Signs of Change

Seeing things differently is a good starting point for a shared ecological wellbeing

Aldo Leopold: The original Ecologist

Why we still need this man's thinking

Stepping into the Terroir

Exploring the role of a sense of place in winemaking


What We're Really Up Against

Far from gloomy predictions of dwindling reserves, the oil industry is booming

The Oil Industry in Africa

The impact of oil exploration in Africa

The Future of Energy

Why there is no excuse for Britain to lag on renewables

The Weakest Link

What needs to happen to avoid a breakdown in our food system

Rebuilding the Soil

Using locally produced biochar to rebuild a healthy soil

Wild Hope

Facing up to the challenges ahead

My Green Life

Veteran broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby shares his thoughts


What Price Realism?

Excerpt from an interview with the Guardian's environment editor, John Vidal


Value Beyond Measure

Why putting a price on Nature is the wrong tack


A Turning Tide

Australia's Chief Climate Commissioner believes we've passed the turning point

Futuronomics of Food

We need a new paradigm for the production of food

Green Imperative

Better ways to engage people in conservation

Patterns of Beauty

India artist and thinker Shakti Maira asks Fritjof Capra what he means by beauty

The Arts

Sebastião Salgado

A new exhibition that documents the world's disappearing wild places

Art as Service

Why it is the duty of every artist to work for their community


Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters from our readers

Poetry - A Sense of Infinity

Four modern Greek poets


Earth Freedoms

Review of Earth is Our Business: Changing the Rules of the Game

Changing the World

Review of How to Change the World

Last Call for Capitalism

Review of The Capitalism Papers: Fatal Flaws of an Obsolete System

Debunking the Myth

Review of Debt: The First 5,000 Years

Never-ending Quest

Review of Places of Truth: Journeys into Sacred Wilderness

Personal and Political

Review of Our Secret Territory, and Words of Re-Enchantment

New Angels

Review of Dartington Hall: One Endless Garden

An Urban Pilgrimage

Review of The Green London Way: Walking the City's History and Wildlife


Review of What Has Nature Ever Done for Us? How Money Does Really Grow on Trees

A Map of Hope

Review of Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We're in Without Going Crazy

A Tale of Resistance

Review of From the Ruins of the Empire: The Revolt Against the West and the Remaking of Asia

Web Exclusives

Article - Breaking the Food Waste Chains

There are lots of good reasons to stop the disgrace of food waste

Article - Waking Up to the World

The pioneering work of Edmund O'Sullivan in transformative learning

Review - The Story of Seed

Review of Seeds of Freedom is a film that calls us all to action

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