Climate: It is a moral issue

Issue 291 • July/August 2015

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This is What Matters

Peace, Nature, art and social justice outweigh blind economic 'growth'


Repair Cafes Counter Throwaway Culture

A welcome return to 'make do and mend'

London Campaign seeks National Park City status

Plans to green Britain's capital

News From the Grassroots

Reports from around the world

New Health Curbs on Wi-Fi in Schools

France introduces laws to protect children from Wi-Fi

Prayers for Thich Nhat Hanh, Prophet of Peace

The mindfulness community from Plum Village pay homage to their founder


Rays of Solar Hope

Finding cause for optimism in the face of climate change

From Feathers to Changing Values

The vision of the RSPB

The Art of Deception

Exposing the truth behind processed food

The Edge of Extinction

Lessons from marginal communities

Call of the Wild, Cry of the Wolf

Scotland's rewilding controversy


The Practice of Mindfulness

A simple daily practice

Exploring the Amazon

People get lost exploring the Amazon


Climate: It Is A Moral Issue

The Pope's intervention transforms the environmental debate


Encyclical to Galvanise Catholic Conscience

The impact of the Pope's statement on climate change

Shades of Saffron

The challenges facing Buddhist nuns in the East and in the West

Heaven on Earth

A personal manifesto reprinted from Resurgence May/June 1970

Change is the Only Constant

The shifting shape of work and society

A New Call for Resistance and Renewal

The International Alliance for Localism is a new movement for global change

Ethical Living

Small Country, Big Dilemma

How Bhutan differentiates between livelihood and employment

Lure of the Wii, Call of the Wild

Realities, virtual and otherwise

Design for Wild Living

Town gardens are vital for wildlife

The Kindest Cuts of All

A viticulturalist with a mission

Good Square Meals

Growing meals from a square metre

Patrick Whitefield 1949 - 2015

A tribute to a permaculture pioneer

Waste Lines

In his regular column Qwerty Something, Matt Harvey goes with the flow

Forest Activist Fights for His Freedom

Amnesty appeal for a Russian environmentalist

Watching the Mind

Overcoming negative emotions

The Arts

Bearing Witness to a World of Wonder

The importance of Nature Poetry

Diverse Ways of Seeing

A celebration of Australian Indigenous art at the British Museum

Letters of Life and the Land

Celebrating Van Gogh's engagement with Nature

Forms of Time and Place

The sculptures of Barbara Hepworth


Poetry - The Resurgence Poetry Prize

Announcing a major eco-poetry award

Poetry - The Wounds of Being

The poetry of Rebecca Seiferle

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our editors


A brainteaser full of ecological clues


From Despair to Reconciliation

Review of Young Eliot: From St Louis to The Waste Land

Friends in Strange Places

Review of Honourable Friends? Parliament and the Fight for Change

Illusions of History

Review of The Illusion of Separation: Exploring the Cause of our Current Crises

A Voice for the Wilderness

Review of John Muir: The Scotsman Who Saved America's Wild Places

Meditation on the Move

Review of Pathlands: 21 Tranquil Walks among the Villages of Britain

Web Exclusives

Article - Bringing Wolves Back to Scotland

The controversial proposal to rewild Scotland

Article - Guardians of the Earth &

Indigenous wisdom can help us care for the world

Review - A Directed Change of Consciousness

Review of Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World that Works

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