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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

Antara •

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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