Resurgence


Resurgence
Resurgence
Pays Royaume-Uni
Langue Anglais
Périodicité Bi-mestriel
Genre écologie - art - spiritualité
Date de fondation 1966
Éditeur Bideford, Devon

Directeur de publication Satish Kumar (en)
Rédacteur en chef Satish Kumar (en)
Site web www.resurgence.org

Resurgence est un bimestriel britannique fondé en 1966 par John Papworth (en), dans l'esprit de E. F. Schumacher, "l'économiste renégat", Leopold Kohr, l'auteur du classique du décentralisme The breakdown of nations, ou le gourou de l'autosuffisance John Seymour (en).

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