Issue 310
September/October 2018
Inspired to Action

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Welcome

Making Connections and Making Waves

Relationship and interdependence are fundamental concepts of ecology

Frontline

A round up of environmental stories

Hedgehogs, seabirds and medicinal plants

News from the Grassroots •

A round up of environmental news from around the globe

Tess Tennant Obituary •

A tribute to a tireless activist, ethical campaigner and green investment pioneer

News from Resurgence •

Forthcoming Resurgence events: Festival of Wellbeing and Fundraising Dinner

Ecologist

Five Steps to Save Our Seas

Calling for a concerted effort to tackle plastic pollution in our oceans

Cyclones, Speedboats and Rising Tides

Ocean conservation will only succeed if local knowledge is valued

The Light of Dark •

A night out with bats and constellations for company

Deep Trouble

A marine biologist with tales of woe and wonder from the sea

Keynotes

Science, Spirituality and Religion •

New scientific discoveries reveal connections with a spiritual life

Undercurrents

Lessons From the Peoples of the Land

What can we learn from Indigenous cultures about responses to climate change?

Greens Count the Cost of Power Sharing

Coalition blues at the polls in Sweden

Representing the People •

Profiles of three women activists

Turn Off, Tune In: A Lesson in Learning

Schools and universities need to cut down on wifi

The Standing Stones •

Exploring the wild on the not so wild on the Scilly Isles

Ethical Living

Nuclear Families •

An award-winning show by Jenna Watt is raising the profile of the nuclear debate

The Thing Is - But Where? •

Waxing lyrical over leopards, wet-wipes and words

To Bend with Apples •

Enjoying the mellow fruitfulness of Autumn

A Dream of Ecological Civilisation •

A time of change in China

Life, the Universe and Pickled Walnuts •

Deep thoughts about artificial intelligence

The Arts

Putting the Ark into Architecture •

Profiling three architects who have climate change on their minds

Mystic of the Mesa •

Mary Hunter Austin was one of the first writers to celebrate Native American sacred sites

A Life Suspended between Heaven and Earth •

The Greek monasteries of Meteora

Regulars

Poetry - In Praise of Solidarity •

New poetic voices for social justice

Letters to the Editors

A selection of letters to our editors

Reviews

One Good Life, Two Systems

Review of More than Happiness: Buddhist and Stoic Wisdom for a Sceptical Age

Black and White and Green

Review of The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair with Nature

Why Don't We Change?

Review of What Are You Doing With Your Life?

Once Upon a Thyme

Review of Botanical Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland

New Politics For The Coming Crisis

Review of Down To Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime and The Shock Doctrine of the Left

A World Closer to Nature

Review of Birds in the Ancient World: Winged Words

The Silence of Owls

Review of Owl Sense

Web Exclusives

Article - Living Creatively

Understanding the developmental psychology of Donald Winnicott

Article - A Kind of Belonging

A place for the Parish

Article - Fresh Perception: Cultivating Intimacy with the Radiant Earth &

Deep reflection and meditation opens new possibilities and ways to protect the Earth.

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