The Ecozoic Review is a free, bimonthly online magazine containing muse, news, reviews, and practices for an ecological-cultural age. To receive The Ecozoic Review, sign up here.
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Table of Contents for July-August 2018:
- Elders: Their Creative Role in the Human Community by Thomas Berry (July, 1980)
- Listening to Death and Ursula Le Guin in the Transition to the Ecozoic by Laurie Cone
- The Gift of Time by Compiler Sue-Anne Solem
- Eldering Younger People in Today’s World: My Take at 81 by Alice Loyd
- Where I’m from and Who I Am: Reflections of an Elder by Valerie Vickers
- Aging and the Elder as a Prophet by Robertson Work
- US Climate Action after Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: Mending the Breach by Alice Loyd
- North Carolina Ecological Justice Organizing Tour with Rev. William Barber II, Al Gore, and Karenna Gore by Herman Greene and Alice Loyd
- Are Inadequate Accounts of the Anthropocene Paralyzing Us? by Reviewer Simon Spire
- Look For Beauty by Richard Rohr
- Things We Should Not Buy by Green America
The Ecozoic Review replaces former online magazine:
CES Musings: Chronicling the Transition from Economic-Industrial to Ecological-Cultural Societies.
For back issues of CES Musings (2008 – 2017), click here.