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Diet to Save a Planet
Taking On Global Warming Pound by Pound
Issue 37
Why Recycle if the Rapture Is Near?
Rev. Jim Ball is convincing his evangelical peers that environmentalism is the Christian thing to do.
Issue 33
Designing Utopia
All over the world, designers are becoming optimists, working together on new solutions to the planetís worst crises
Issue 32
Discovering Fire
The coming revolution in energy

What happens when the oil runs dry? Petersen explains that we already have a perfect alternative available today and envisions a future in which we freely access the latent energy within empty space itself.

Issue 29
Tearing Pages from the Bible
Why environmental destruction is an offense against God
Issue 26
Will Spring and Summer No Longer Come?
The future demands a new worldview

WIE's Elizabeth Debold spoke with systems theory pioneer Dr. Ervin Laszlo about his vision for the future of the planet and of a new paradigm of universal interconnectedness.

Issue 26
The Great Work
Reviewed by Susan Bridle

Susan Bridle considers eco-theologian Thomas Berry's resounding call to our ecological conscience.

Issue 19
What Matters Most

Why do two equally passionate critics of the scientific-materialist worldview differ so fundamentally on the capacity of the “new science” to answer humanity's most important questions?

Issue 11
Encounter at the Edge of the New Paradigm
A Dialogue with E.F. Schumacher

Fritjof Capra's engaging account of his meeting with Schumacher in 1977, excerpted from his book Uncommon Wisdom, illustrates how two critics of the classical scientific worldview—both of them ardent proponents of a new vision for humankind—can differ so fundamentally about exactly how to move ahead.

Issue 11