Resurgence, Vol 1 No 1 - May/Jun 1966
Discover Resurgence & Ecologist magazine – covering issues from Gaia to Greenpeace, Peace to Politics and Organic to Occupy.
Following the merger between The Resurgence Trust and the Ecologist, the joint publication Resurgence & Ecologist magazine is now available in print and online.
In Resurgence & Ecologist you’ll find positive, informed and original perspectives on environmental issues, engaged activism, philosophy, arts and ethical living. Plus, an extensive book review section, green living, poetry, stunning images and contemporary design. With an intriguing mix of ideas, insights and commentary on environmental issues that can’t be found anywhere else, Resurgence & Ecologist is a magazine not to be missed.
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Resurgence & Ecologist magazine is published by The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity (no. 1120414). Subscription to Resurgence & Ecologist is through membership of The Resurgence Trust.
The Season’s Greetings! This new issue of Resurgence & Ecologist appears just before the Christmas/New Year period -- time to reflect on the year that’s passing and look forward to the next.
Reflecting with pleasure, a host of distinguished contributors choose their Books of the Year -- a diverse crop that will surely inspire last-minute presents, as well as New Year resolutions.
Among our features, Philip Ackerman-Leist tells how a community came together to stop pesticide-based agriculture threatening traditional farming and public health. It should encourage campaigners everywhere.
Appropriately for the season, there’s a sense of mystery and wonder. The Resurgence Poetry Prize winner is a work of quiet beauty. In his Keynotes essay, David E. Cooper analyses our need to cultivate a sense of the joyous mystery of life. Satish Kumar celebrates the power of love. And in a meditation, Peter Reason sees the world, turning but timeless, in a dewdrop.
We also examine pressing contemporary issues. Jordi Pigem appeals for Catalan independence in ecological and cultural terms. We interview a campaigner against tabloid newspaper ‘hate speech’. And -- a perennially sensitive topic -- David Johnson and Carina Hirsch argue for population and environmental campaigners to find common cause.
We have particular reasons to look forward. The Resurgence Trust is fund raising for our move to a new home: a centre for education, environment and the arts. With your support, we hope to make 2018 a very resurgent year indeed.
We wish all our readers a peaceful, joyful New Year.