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Has Oxford a future? - published in The Ecologist Vol. 1 No. 13, July 1971. By Helen Turner. Oxford, like most of our cities, is being ruined simply so that more and more motor ears can be accommodated. If this process goes on much longer it will become uninhabitable, as is rapidly becoming the case with most urban areas in the USA.
A Blueprint for Survival - review - This brief review of A Blueprint for Survival by Mark Anslow was published in The Ecologist, July 2007, in the "Classic book club" section - "Revisiting the books that shaped the environmental movement".
5000 Days to save the Planet - information - This book was written by the editors of The Ecologist: Edward Goldsmith, Peter Bunyard, Nicholas Hildyard and Patrick McCully; and published by Hamlyn / Random Century Publications in 1990 in London.
Age of rage - In this article, published in the Guardian on Wednesday 12 July 2000, the prodigious environmental writer Fred Pearce looks back at trails blazed by The Ecologist magazine.
Cover: Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1972 - A Blueprint for Survival. We reproduce here both the covers of both the book and magazine editions.
Preface: A Blueprint for Survival - A Blueprint for Survival occupied the entire issue of The Ecologist Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1972.
Introduction: the need for change - the first section of A Blueprint for Survival, which occupied all of The Ecologist Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1972. It sets out the overwhelming necessity for change towards a stable and sustainable society.
Towards the stable society: strategy for change - the second section of A Blueprint for Survival occupied all of The Ecologist Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1972. It sets out the essential steps towards building a stable and sustainable society.