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PASSIONATE FOR OUR PLANET

Welcome to the September / October issue of Resurgence & Ecologist. It's a busy time for us, preparing for our One Earth, One Humanity, One Future conference in Oxford from 22–25 September, celebrating the 50th anniversary of our magazine – see our website, www.resurgence.org for details. We're also marking the 80th birthday of our editor for the last 43 years, Satish Kumar. Appropriately, as Satish prepares to hang up his editor's eyeshade and concentrate on his other work for Resurgence, this issue is packed with articles which reflect our abiding interests, all beautifully illustrated.

In our Ecologist section, Oliver Tickell reports on what could be a turning point in the fight to save our wildlife and countryside. Campaigning for social justice, Mark Goldring exposes the corrosive effects – on society and environment – of growing economic inequality. Herbert Girardet unveils ideas for regenerative cities. Vanessa Sheehan explores the links between Imagination and Nature. And we pay tribute to two pioneers for peace and planet: the anti-war, pro-environment priest, Matthew Thomas Merton and George Perkins Marsh, one of the first ecologists to warn of our impacts on Earth.

We've especially strong arts and reviews sections, too. The singer Nicola Harrison throws new light on the influence of nature on the poems and songs of Ivor Gurney. Miti Desai tells of her life in Indian classical dance (you can see her perform at our Oxford conference). Sue Steward reviews new environmental photography, Hugo Davenport delights in the writings of Oliver Rackham. And Satish has – nearly – the last word, welcoming a new book from Vandana Shiva, another of our conference speakers.

We'd love to meet as many of our readers as possible in Oxford. But first, we hope you enjoy our new issue.

Greg Neale
Editor-in-Chief



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