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Dwindling forests, dwindling futures: Bangladesh mangrove communities under threat

The Ecologist

13th October, 2010

A new Ecologist-produced film - to be screened by campaigners from the Forest People's Programme at the forthcoming Convention on Biological Diversity meeting in Japan - highlights how the rights of indigenous peoples and their sustainable use of natural resources are being ignored by the Bangladesh Government. more...
First issue of the Ecologist, June 1970

Starting out: how Teddy Goldsmith launched the Ecologist 40 years ago

Peter Bunyard

26th July, 2010

Running a magazine on a shoestring budget; printing unpopular but groundbreaking analyses; fighting off lawsuits: the Ecologist has evolved over its 40 year history, but the passion present in 1970 is still here today... more...
Wind turbine engineer

Ecologist guide to green skills and education

Eifion Rees

2nd February, 2010

Weaning ourselves off carbon will mean a profound change in every aspect of daily life, every sector of society and every job. For that to happen we need a new mindset and a new set of tools... more...
Wind turbine engineer

Ecologist guide to green skills and education

Eifion Rees

2nd February, 2010

Weaning ourselves off carbon will mean a profound change in every aspect of daily life, every sector of society and every job. For that to happen we need a new mindset and a new set of tools... more...
Glass of water

Ecologist guide to detox

Laura Sevier

8th January, 2010

It's easy to dismiss 'detox' as a fad, as some product claims are exaggerated. But detoxing, as a practice, has been around for centuries more...
Glass of water

Ecologist guide to detox

Laura Sevier

7th January, 2010

It's easy to dismiss 'detox' as a fad, as some product claims are exaggerated. But detoxing, as a practice, has been around for centuries. more...
January/ Febuary 1980 Cover

The Ecologist January 1980: A proposal to save the world’s tropical rain forests

Edward Goldsmith

January, 1980

Thirty years ago this month, Edward Goldsmith published a revised version of WEAP, the World Ecological Areas Programme in the Ecologist more...
October/November 1979 cover

Ecologist old issues appeal: please help

Ecologist

2nd December, 2009

The Ecologist needs your help. We are missing a few back issues of the magazine - please help us out by lending us your copy so that we can complete our online archive more...
December 1979 issue

The Ecologist December 1979: Can we control pollution?

Edward Goldsmith

December, 1979

Thirty years ago Edward Goldsmith’s article ‘Can we control pollution?’ wondered what happens to pollution once we have ‘disposed’ of it more...
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Ecologist archive 1970- 1999

10th January 2014

Every page of every issue of the Ecologist from 1970 - 1999 available for everyone to read more...
A woman's mouth near a radio stuido microphone

10 independent media groups

Ecologist

19th June, 2009

Seek out campaigns, context and investigations that you're unlikely to find in the mass media in our pick of the best independent publications more...
October/November 1979 cover

The Ecologist November 1979: Nuclear power is still dependent on cheap fossil fuels

Peter Bunyard

November, 1979

Thirty years ago Peter Bunyard wrote 'A Question of Oil', looking at the the nuclear industry in 1979. His comments still hold true today... more...

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Improvements to the Ecologist website

Ecologist

22nd October, 2009

We've listened to your feedback and made a range of improvements to the site... more...
Soya fields cut through rainforest

Killing fields: the true cost of Europe's cheap meat

Andrew Wasley

13th October, 2009

Cheap meat has become a way of life in much of Europe, but the full price is being paid across Latin America as vast soya plantations and their attendant chemicals lead to poisonings and violence. Andrew Wasley reports more...
Soya fields cut through rainforest

Killing fields: the true cost of Europe's cheap meat

Andrew Wasley

13th October, 2009

Cheap meat has become a way of life in much of Europe, but the full price is being paid across Latin America as vast soya plantations and their attendant chemicals lead to poisonings and violence more...
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Ecologist

14th September, 2009

Tell us what you think of the Ecologist's new website and win a one-year subscription more...
Teddy Goldsmith (1928-2009)

Teddy Goldsmith: a tribute

Peter Bunyard

1st September, 2009

A man of extraordinary humanity - as comfortable discussing farming with labourers as he was holding forth on the very nature of life itself. Peter Bunyard pays tribute to the rich life of Edward Goldsmith more...
Edward Goldsmith (1928-2009)

Teddy Goldsmith: godfather of green

Paul Kingsnorth

Having launched the Ecologist 37 years ago, Teddy Goldsmith was instrumental in everything from the setting up of the world's first political green party to being the first to expose many of the problems associated with global development, such as giant dams and nuclear power. Following his death on 21st August 2009, we reprint this interview with Teddy from the Ecologist March 2007 edition more...
Farm Around

Farmaround

Farmaround, the UK's original organic box scheme, delivering assorted selections of seasonal organic fruit and vegetables direct to the door as well as a selection of organic groceries and eco cleaning products. more...
Bolgs and Comments

Why The Ecologist has gone on-line

Zac Goldsmith

9th April, 2009

Ecologist readers will know by now that the magazine is to re-launch on-line. I want to explain why. more...
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Retro Perspective - why the Ecologist is so important

Jonathon Porritt

19th June, 2009

Unless we change our ways, the Lovelock hypothesis may come to pass – that’s why the work of the Ecologist is so important, says Jonathon Porritt. more...

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June 2009

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About the Ecologist

The world’s leading environmental affairs magazine, now www.theecologist.org, was founded in 1970 by Edward Goldsmith. The magazine quickly became a platform for those who would go on to be the leading lights of the environmental movement more...

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