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A new plan for keeping it in the ground, today!
Save the planet and help tackle climate injustice by getting at the root cause — a presentation submitted at COP21. By David Knight.
An expo looks at 'feeding the planet'
Herbert Wright explores the chasm between fast and slow food, corporate and small-scale culture and industrialised and organic farming in Milan.
Before we ever heard of urban greening
Remembering a visionary who pointed the way to reinhabit nature on the street and on the roof. By Sean Cosgrove.
The sea inside us
Look what the surf brought in . . . poems by Matthew Clegg, Andrew Greig, Yahia Lababidi, Lynne Rees and R. S. Thomas.
A cheeky film about being resource savvy
A New Regard between Humans & Animals
Wildonomics: part 2 in our series on new approaches to reinhabiting the city — and developing our intimacy with the non-human. By Daniel Crockett.
For a better view, scaling the heights of London
A new book on seeing a metropolis from its 'peaks.' Review by Andrew Herbert — with an excerpt by Tom Chivers.
Inside the 'Planetary Boundaries'
On the political theology of nature. By Bruno Latour.
Forward and Back to 'Nature'
An in depth survey of current artists and their give and take with the natural world. By Tom Jeffreys.
Anticipatory Histories: Thinking Back and Forward
Hedgerows, Wild Culture,
A new book on how particular words — and the stories they tease out — can refresh our approach to environmental change. Review by Ken Worpole.
The New Ugly Present
As our physical home changes before our eyes, how do we adapt within ourselves? By Whitney Smith.
An End to Climate Change?
“It’s about plant physiology. There’s a carbon and nitrogen balance in plants that we’ve got to maintain.” By Liam Desroy.