Rewilding the Earth
Spiral Dancing to the Center and Back Again
An issue devoted to wild places, environmental action, the challenges ahead, and climate pressures. The history, present, and future of environmental activism.
We want to hear from you!
Do you find solace in the wild places? How? What do the wild places teach you?
Are you a part of learning or teaching the wisdom of land usage by indigenous peoples? (low-temperature burns, no till agriculture, etc.)
Food… however does anyone decide how to eat consciously?
Are you a part of the wilderness conservation or rewilding movement? What is your vision for the tomorrows to come?
How do artists “fit in” to the work to mitigate climate challenges?
Publication date: February 28, 2022
Deadlines: Queries: December 2021. Full Papers and essays: January 2022 Please prepare your paper for peer blind peer review.
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