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CONTENTS No. 314 May/June 2019

FRONTLINE   4 NEWS

ECOLOGIST

NEW ONLINE   1 WELCOME

10 GETTING THE LAW IN ORDER Oliver Tickell meets barrister Polly Higgins 14 THE LOST KINGDOM Adam Weymouth follows salmon down the Yukon 16 RESTORING THE GREAT LAKES A photo story by Peter Essick 18 EARTH BEINGS IN THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE Laurie King looks at non-human-centric worldviews 20 A GLOBAL REBELLION Farhana Yamin reports on activism on the frontline of climate change

Cover image: Artwork © Clover Robin courtesy of The Bright Agency

KEYNOTES

22 A CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT TO SAVE THE PLANET Extinction Rebellion proves we’re still capable of collective action, writes Mothiur Rahman

UNDERCURRENTS

28 WAKE UP, CONSERVATION MOVEMENT! Marianne Brown speaks to naturalist Chris Packham 32 HOPE FOR A BREAKTHROUGH YEAR We need action at the highest level, urges Tony Juniper 34 PUSHING THE RIGHT BUTTONS PL Henderson celebrates the legacy of

Greenham Common www.resurgence.org Sam Lee introduces the RSPB Let Nature Sing project and explains why we should see birdsong as a barometer for the health of the planet Satish Kumar reviews Education for Sustainability through Internationalisation by Neera Handa New gallery feature on printmaker Angie Lewin

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