Living Lightly on the Earth: issue 40
10 Jun 2007
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Articles featured in the current edition:
The Start of a More Communal Age
As the Industrial Age comes to a close, Jonathan Dawson and Deniz Dincel discuss the benefits of a more communal existence
Author, Babette Gallard, tells us how travelling the ancient pilgrimage routes on horseback has helped her reconnect with a sense of spirituality and the pleasures of slow travel
The Low Carbon Lifestyle Tour
Environmentalist, Mukti Mitchell, recently set sail onboard his hand-built, zero-emission microyacht in a bid to promote low carbon lifestyles. Dan Grace explains the idea behind his gruelling journey
In June, two friends, Tom Allen and Andrew Welch embarked on Ride Earth. Their mission ’ to attempt to circumnavigate the world by mountain bike
Atlas of Bird Migration
How far can birds fly? Where do they go? And why? A new book from the Natural History Museum reveals the world migration routes of over 600 species from both north and south of the Equator
Rob Hopkins on Transition Culture
Committed environmental activist, Sami Grover, interviews permaculture designer and teacher, Rob Hopkins ’ the founder of Transition Culture
Growing with Cob
Harriet Sandilands writes about Growing, a new company whose aim is to build healthy, beautiful and practical cob homes that nurture the human spirit
Good Natured Food
Dan Grace investigates how a new gardening club will help integrate children with learning and behavioural difficulties
A Voyage of Discovery
Martha Hammond finds out how two Cape Farewell Education Co-ordinators are using Art and Dance to help children express their concerns about Climate Change
A theatre company in Sheffied are using drama to close the gap between young people from deprived communities and the Arts. Tom Howard explores just how this works
Sustainable stories and feedback from readers, book reviews and more.…
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