Natural Healing

Issue 297 • July/August 2016

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Only Connect

Making connections is essential to thinking holistically


Satish Kumar's New Role

Resurgence & Ecologist's editor-in-chief to become Editor Emeritus

Birthday Celebration for Resurgence

Supporters gathered to pay tribute to Resurgence at London event in May

Prince of Wales and Alan Rushbridger join conference speakers

Update on Resurgence 50th Birthday event in Oxford, September 2016

Climate Campaigners Target Fossil Fuel Industry in Mass Protest

UK's largest opencast mine shut down by demonstrators

News from the Grassroots

Environmental news from around the globe

Fish & Rice Farming May Combat Food Poverty

Report on a new ecologically based agriculture


Rich Country, Poor Country

A new manifesto for the countryside

I'm Just So Scared. This Isn't What I Do

Joining together to protest at one of the world's largest open-cast coal mines

The Nature Reserve Built Through Facebook

How a local community came together to protect wildlife

Europe's Rotten Wood

One of the last great forests in Europe is under threat

Inequality Threatens the Planet

Consumption patterns fuel climate change


Just Join the Dots

Preserving the planet also means helping the poor


If the Earth Were Only A Few Feet In Diameter

Reflection from Joe Miller's poem written in 1975


Big Problems Need Small Solutions

The logic of largeness devalues the personal

The Undercurrent Years

Recalling the early years of ‘The magazine of alternative science and technology’

Hands Across the Seas

Volunteering to help refugees fleeing conflict in the Middle East

Ethical Living

Worried? Don't Lose Your Head

On immortality, axes and the gifts of the gods

Journalist Freed From Jail

Amnesty International Appeal

Making Peace With the Planet

Exploring the environmental teachings of the Jain religion

In Praise of Picnic Power

Enjoying the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of eating al fresco

The Art of Finding Light in Darkness

Reflecting on the stories we need to hear

Scoff and Nonsense

Why less is more

The Arts

Seeing the World in a Flower

A new exhibition of work by American artist Georgia O'Keeffe opens at Tate Modern

The Studio That's Also A Sanctuary

Profiling a pioneering arts iniative in Bristol

The Artist Who Drew With the Sun

Roger Ackling's relationship with Nature was key to his creation of intense, meditative art


Poetry - Nature's Eye and Tongue

The extraordinary poems of Emily Dickinson

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters from our readers


A brainteaser full of ecological clues


Music to Free the Soul

Review of Experiencing Music - Restoring the Spiritual: Music as Well-being

Through Paradox To New Paradigm

Review of Time, Light and the Dice of Creation: Through Paradox in Physics to a New Order

We Have The Means, But Not the Leaders

Review of Atmosphere of Hope: Solutions to the Climate Crisis

The Man Who Discovered the World

Review of The Invention of Nature: The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt - The Lost Hero of Science

A Patch of Altered States

Review of Common Ground

A Long and Winding Road

Review of The Jeweled Highway: On the Quest for a Life of Meaning

Getting Into Hot Waters

Review of The Boiling River: Adventures and Discovery in the Amazon

Web Exclusives

Article - A Sanctuary for Nature

The Ecological benefits of the landscapes designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown

Review - Cry for the Earth

Review of Neil Young at London O2 Arena

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