Working Together

Issue 308 • May/June 2018

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Working With Nature, Working Together

Reflecting on the importance of the natural world


Activists Dig In As Airport Plan Is Scrapped

Reporting on the end of a 50-year project

Navigating Sustainability In Uncertain Times

Forum For the Future report highlights transformative trends for a sustainable future

News from the Grassroots

A round up of environmental news from around the globe

Protecting bird populations &

Highlighting current threats to Hen Harriers and Swifts

News from Resurgence

Update on Resurgence monthly talks and our annual Summer Camp


Mission Possible

An interview with Tony Juniper covering rainforests, wildlife and our shared future

The Long, Aduous Journey of the Migrant

Welcoming back a bird unfairly bedevilled by its behaviour

The Body Is Not A Machine

A new health bill could threaten the integrity of India's traditional medicine

Redevelopment Makes New Waves On The River

Navigating the politics and potential of the Los Angeles River


Earth As Teacher, Earth As Client

How law and philosophy combine to inform a new ecological civilisation


A New Pilot in the Story of Riverford

Veg-box pioneer on why he's opening his company to employee ownership

Read This Slowly - It Could Save Your Life &

How poetry and slow reading can counter stress and depression

Local Heroes

A new breed of inner-city activists are challenging austerity, apathy and party politics

It's More Than Simply Child's Play

We should unleash the spirit of play in our lives

Only Disconnect

A short story

Ethical Living

Where There's Life

Cultivating Hope can help build a better future

The Pleasure Principle

In pursuit of happiness

A New Trinity for Our Time

A holistic view of life embraces nature, humanity and spirituality

Paws For Thought

The benefits of animal therapy

The Turning of the World

Taken in by the tides

The Arts

A Journey Through Light to the Elements of Life

The latest work of artist Garry Fabian Miller

Seeing Me, Seeing You

The art and profound experience of looking closely

Sound Effects

Why Ecoacoustic artist Leah Barclay took the Amazon Rainforest up the Eiffel Tower

Songs of Open Spaces

Inspired by a 400-mile pilgrimage in Norway


Poetry - An Impression of Presence

Poet and author Fiona Sampon on how Nature informs her verse

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our Editors


The Biological Power of Love

Review of Matter & Desire: An Erotic Ecology

Hope For A Watershed Moment

Review of Replenish: The Virtuous Cycle of Water and Prosperity.

A Costed Plan for Peace

Review of The Business Plan for Peace: Building a World Without Water

War and Order

Review of Voices For Peace: War, Resistance and America's Quest for Full-Spectrum Dominance

The Science Behind Spirituality?

Review of Science and Spiritual Practices

There is Another Way

Review of Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Biocultural Diversity: Constructing and Contesting Knowledge

Nature, Race and an Idea of Home

Review of Is Racism an Environmental Threat?

Web Exclusives

Article - Journey to a changing land

A journey along a Brazilian river threatened with dam development

Article - Humans and animals

Are humans so very different from other animals?

Article - Writing old wrongs

Surveying a new genre of eco-fiction

Article - Decolonising our minds and spaces

A movement striving for acknowledgement

Article - Sail Against Plastic

Research on the sixth ‘great garbage patch’ in the sea

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