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Brexit: A Modern Day Peasants' Revolt

Paul Kingsnorth

18 November 2016

Progressive green thinkers have been seduced by the EU, but now it's time for the Greens to seize the moment, reclaim their radical roots and take the lead on Brexit writes PAUL KINGSNORTH more...

Farming with the grain - John Letts and his evolutionary 'made for organic' heritage seeds

Oliver Tickell

10th November 2016

John Letts harvesting his biodiverse crop of heritage wheat on an organic farm in Buckinghamshire. Photo: Adrian Arbib for Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine. To feed the world we must abandon not just GMOs but all diversity-destroying selective crop breeding, organic farmer John Letts told Oliver Tickell. Only by using biodiverse local seed mixtures that evolve in the field can food production adapt to climate change without ever-increasing chemical inputs, and meet human needs for wholesome nourishment. more...

Resurgence & Ecologist

Charlie Hebdo

The Ecologist

8th January 2015

Photo: Alice Popkorn via Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0. The Ecologist offers its support and condolences to the colleagues and families of all those who suffered in the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris. more...

Resurgence and the Ecologist: A Shared Agenda

by Susan Clark

Resurgence & Ecologist covers Taking a look at two pioneering publications at the forefront of the environmental movement more...

Features

Brexit: A Modern Day Peasants' Revolt

Paul Kingsnorth

18 November 2016

Progressive green thinkers have been seduced by the EU, but now it's time for the Greens to seize the moment, reclaim their radical roots and take the lead on Brexit writes PAUL KINGSNORTH more...

Farming with the grain - John Letts and his evolutionary 'made for organic' heritage seeds

Oliver Tickell

10th November 2016

John Letts harvesting his biodiverse crop of heritage wheat on an organic farm in Buckinghamshire. Photo: Adrian Arbib for Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine. To feed the world we must abandon not just GMOs but all diversity-destroying selective crop breeding, organic farmer John Letts told Oliver Tickell. Only by using biodiverse local seed mixtures that evolve in the field can food production adapt to climate change without ever-increasing chemical inputs, and meet human needs for wholesome nourishment. more...

Arts

Repair, Rebuild, Reconnect

Peter Cairns

November 22nd, 2012

2020vision The banking collapse will pale alongside the cost of our ecosystems unravelling more...

A Natural Gallery

India Windsor-Clive

September 7th, 2012

David Nash sculpture India Windsor-Clive met David Nash as he began a new role as the interactive and working artist-in-residence at Kew more...

The Resurgence Trust

Resurgence of the human spirit

James Sainsbury

Wilderness James Sainsbury celebrates the achievements of Resurgence and shares his vision and hopes for the future of The Resurgence Trust and the green movement more...

The Resurgence Trust

Environment, activism, social justice, arts, ethical living

Promoting ecological sustainability, social justice and ethical living more...

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