The Pilgrim's Path

Issue 303 • July/August 2017

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The Politics of Hope

We need voices for a sustainable future, nature and social justice


India's Dispossessed People Get Behind the Camera

People living in rural poverty are among those being trained to become 'community correspondents'

Opposition Grows to New European Gas Pipeline

Report on protests against a transcontinental project

News from the Grassroots

A round up of environmental news stories

Human Rights Blogger Held After Midnight Raid

An appeal on behalf of Amnesty International


Lines of Hope In the Land

Rereading country clues to find new chances for nature

A Haunting Hunter

A breathtaking encounter

Blades of Glory

Wind power is connecting culture with a city's renewal

Passion and Persistence, In Nature's Cause

Profiling eight great conservationists of the past century

Planting The Seeds of Recovery

Carlos Magdalena is a Kew Garden botanist with a global mission


When Big States Fail, The People Step Up

The case for a decentralist future


Voyages of Discovery, Open To The Wild

Ecological pilgrimage connects us to nature

A Journey of Reconnecting

Finding a new sense of community and social values

Human Rights Are Animal Rights

Speciesism is analogous to racism, homophobia and misogyny

Ethical Living

Human Beans and Space Invaders

Pondering the claims for human evolution

Volunteering for a Lesson

Joining a group of conservation workers bring expected rewards

Storyteller of the Life that Could Be

An interview with Pierre Rabhi, ecologist and visionary

Bird in the Hand, Mind in the Eye

Finding meaning in the shapes around us

Every Child a Gardener

Every child should be a gardener

Diet: The Highest Form of Medicine

Chinese traditions teach the value of food as a pillar of healthy living

The Two Sides of the Prophet of Simplicity

The message of Henry David Thoreau reassessed

The Arts

The Light and the Dark

The work of stained-glass artist Thomas Denny reflects his deep connection to landscape

Beauty in a Blue Mood

The art of Japanese textile artists Shihoko Fukumoto

Songs to Break the Spell

Music that highlights the growing epidemic of loneliness


Poetry - I Found the Poems in the Fields

Re-assessing the eco-poetry of John Clare

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our Editors


Living on the Edge

Review of Love of Country: A Hebridean Journey

On the Dark Side of the Land

Review of Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A Life of Jorian Jenks

Our Food is Cooking the Planet

Review of The Great Climate Robbery: How the Food System Drives Climate Change and What We Can Do about It

The True Cost of a Cheap Meal

Review of Chickenizing Farms & Food: How Industrial Meat Production Endangers Workers, Animals, and Consumers

Collector of Hope

Review of How to Thrive in the Next Economy: Designing Tomorrow's World Today

The Facts That Matter

Review of Missed Information: Better Information for Building a Wealthier, More Sustainable Future

Beauty on the Wing

Review of Remarkable Birds

Web Exclusives

Article - Forest Therapy

Introducing a social enterprise bringing vulnerable people to the woods to find solace through nature

Article - Think Globally, Act Locally? &

In the face of climate change, we need a coordinated approach to make a change

Article - A Parable For Modern Life

As in the Heart, So in the Earth: Reversing the Desertification of the Soul and the Soil

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