44 VOICE FROM THE SOUTH Vandana Shiva 46 LETTERS 47 OCCASIONAL DIDYMUS John Moat
ARTS 48 POETRY Peter Abbs Eco-poets Kim Lasky and Patrick
Bond in praise of trees 50 A SEEING EYE Colin Tudge The extraordinar y talent (and charm) of David Hockney 54 A SENSE OF PLACE David Hockney Time to stop being polite and stand up for our landscape 55 EXHIBITION: EXPOSURE
Garry Fabian Miller An insight into the Dar tmoor ar tist’s inspiration for his new show
REVIEWS 56 A SYMBOL OF HOPE Peter Popham explains how he came to write The Lady and the Peacock, the new biography of
Aung San Suu Kyi 58 HIDDEN TRUTHS Emma Clark reviews Jeremy
Naydler’s Gardening as a Sacred Art
Catalysts for Change acknowledges the role we can all play as members of what the environmental activist, Paul Hawken, calls The Movement With No Name to help tackle the challenges – environmental, social and spiritual – we now face.
Not For Trade London-based zoologist, John Fellowes, investigates the murky world of illegal wildlife trafficking – still the third biggest illegal trade in the world. “Conservation may be complex but stemming the tide of illegal wildlife trafficking is not. It is wrong and we all need to help stop it,” he says.
59 BUILDING SOLUTIONS Sharon Turnbull reviews Walk Out Walk On by Margaret Wheatley
& Deborah Frieze 60 A HANDBOOK FOR HAPPINESS Hylton Murray-Philipson reviews
How to Be Compassionate by His Holiness the Dalai Lama 61 A QUIET JOY James Clarke reviews the Green
Classic Reveries of the Solitar y Walker by Jean-Jacques Rousseau 62 NATURE’S ESSENCE
Shakti Maira reviews On The Origin of Beauty by John Griffin 64 SILENCE,WATER AND THE DAO
David Cooper explores the metaphor of still water in his new book, Convergence with Nature: A Daoist Perspective 65 HEALING FICTIONS Peter Reason reviews Coming Home to Stor y: Stor ytelling Beyond Happily Ever After by Geoff Mead
MEMBERS 66 MEMBERS’ STORIES 67 RESURGENCE SHOP
Witness the Waste The environmental writer and activist, Paul Hawken, introduces the extraordinar y work of the photographer, Chris Jordan, whose pictures represent the kind of activism demonstrators can only dream of: an instant recognition of the absurdity of how we all live.
Walking the Talk There’s only one way to make a real difference and inspire others to do the same and that is to practice what you preach. It may not always be easy but it will be wor th the effor t and the sacrifices says botanist, Jon Every, who shares the stor y of his own journey to the front door of the Yarner Trust, a Devon-based charity that has been promoting creative and sustainable living for more than three decades.
A Sense of Place With his iPad in one hand and a pint of Yorkshire bitter in the other, the British ar tist, David Hockney, invites us into his native landscape – the mostly over-looked eastern par t of the UK’s biggest county – and reveals how to see more than green or brown when you look at a tree. Inter view by Sue Herdman, editor of The National Trust Magazine. Susan Clark @suzresurgence