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We are living without the sense of the shamanic and the transformational that our forebears found vital for survival.
As long as we remain anthropocentric, we harm other animals.
We seem resigned to losing our green world.
John Burnside's nature column.
There is a long tradition of poets celebrating chance encounters with animals, but such meetings are becoming increasingly rare.
The city remains, for the moment, admirably wild.
An exclusive short story for the New Statesman by poet and author John Burnside.
Robert Macfarlane's quest for sacred terrain.