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This is our 300th issue! We have reached another milestone in a year of milestones for Resurgence: touring with Neil Young's Global Village in June; Satish's 50-mile pilgrimage along the Thames; and the 'One Earth, One Humanity, One Future' festival which celebrated Resurgence's 50th birthday.

The 300th issue flies the flag for many of the enduring ideas the magazine has pioneered since 1966 – ideas that remain as relevant and critical today. Highlights include Christine Toomey’s profile on mindfulness pioneer Thich Nhat Hanh; Roman Krznaric on empathy; articles by Meg Beresford and Ione Bingley highlighting the plight of bees and butterflies; and a feature on a new book of poems dedicated to cancer sufferers and those who care for them.

The January/February 2017 issue also includes a rich mix of news, arts and book reviews, with coverage on the growing resistance to fracking worldwide; approaches to ending poverty; green business; natural foods; and the importance of scientific and religious groups cooperating on environmental issues.

We hope you will enjoy the featured articles from our 300th issue and take time to explore the website and find out about Resurgence & Ecologist magazine.

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Feature articles

Fracking Fight Heats Up Around the Globe

Fracking Fight Heats Up Around the Globe

Controversy over fracking for underground oil and gas is intensifying and local communities are taking direct action to protect their local areas. Kara Moses reports on the growing resistance to fracking in the UK and across the globe.
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We Are All In This Together

We're All In This Together

Building on his talk at the recent One Earth, One Humanity, One Future conference, Fritjof Capra explains new scientific evidence supporting the long-held supposition of Buddhists and others that humans are interconnected and part of nature.
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Teacher of Calm Abiding

Teacher of Calm Abiding

Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence for 43 years, celebrated his 80th birthday with a 50-mile pilgrimage from the source of the River Thames to Oxford. He shares his reflections on the journey and the simple truths we can learn from walking in nature.
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Going Nuts in Winter

Going Nuts in Winter

Daphne Lambert, founder member of Greencuisine Trust and author of Living Food: A Feast for Soil and Soul gives guidance on the nutritional benefits of her favourite nuts. She invites us to enjoy these seasonal delights and to try four of her tasty ‘nut’ recipes.
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Talking 'bout Our Generation

Talking 'bout Our Generation

Did the Sixties really change the world? Greg Neale reviews the Victoria and Albert museum's exhibition You Say You Want a Revolution? and considers the influence of Sixties counter-culture as a stimulus for lasting change.
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Books of the Year

Books of the Year

We asked people from the world of environment, social justice, spirituality and the arts to tell us which books had influenced them the most in 2016. The resulting selection of 'must read' books is diverse, intriguing and occasionally surprising.
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More than a magazine

Resurgence 50 event

Resurgence 50 event

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Resurgence, The Resurgence Trust held a three-day event, entitled One Earth, One Humanity, One Future, from 22 - 25 September, at Worcester College, Oxford.
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Melvyn Evans Gallery

Melvyn Evans Gallery

Melvyn Evans is a professional artist, printmaker and illustrator. His artwork features on the cover of Resurgence & Ecologist's 300th issue. Melvyn is fascinated by the relationship between rural traditions and our connection with the landscape. In a new gallery feature he describes the inspiration for his latest series of prints.
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Top 20 songs from the Sixties

Top 20 songs from the Sixties

Resurgence started life in London at the height of the revolutionary fervour of the Sixties. To celebrate our 300th issue (Jan/Feb 2017) we have compiled our 'Top 20 Songs that Changed the World' - the defining revolutionary songs of the times.
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Free sample copy

Free sample copy

Enjoy a free pdf issue of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine. Within the pages of this unique magazine you'll find thought-provoking articles on the latest environmental, ethical and social issues, plus opinion, ideas and stunning art.
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The Resurgence Story

The Resurgence Story

To mark 50 years at the forefront of environmental publishing, we've made a short video all about the magazine, now published as Resurgence & Ecologist, and the environmental charity behind it - The Resurgence Trust.
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Picture Credits

Picture Credits

Web banner image: Shepherd's Cottage, by Rebecca Vincent; Cover image: Artwork by Melvyn Evans www.melvynevans.com; Fracking Fight Heats Up Around the Globe, Courtesy www.frackfreelancashire.org.uk; We're All In This Together, Predestination, 2013 (76 x 143cm) by Minjung Kim; Teacher of Calm Abiding, Rio, Uruguay (Ramsar Convention) Photograph by Charlie Waite; Going Nuts in Winter, Illustration by Marcella Kriebel; Talking 'bout Our Generation, Anti-Vietnam demonstrators at the Pentagon Building, photo: Bernie Boston The Washington Post via Getty Images; Books of the Year, Illustration © Cihan Terlan / Shutterstock

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