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Orion Magazine

Great Barrington, MA

Orion Magazine invites readers into a community of caring for the planet. Through writing and art that explores the connection between nature and culture, Orion inspires new thinking about how humanity might live on Earth justly, sustainably, and joyously.

In 2016, Kalliopeia Foundation collaborated with Orion to produce a series of inspiring articles exploring the confluence of ecology, culture, and spirituality. 

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People and Nature

The Axis and the Sycamore

by Paul Kingsnorth
What if the collision between ecology and modern civilization isn’t an environmental problem, but a spiritual one?

Speaking of Nature

by Robin Wall Kimmerer
The words we choose reveal a lot about how we think of the natural world.

The Ecology of Prayer

by Fred Bahnson
On faith, climate change, and finding the courage to turn toward the Anthropocene.

Climate and Creation

with Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie, and Rabbi Ted Falcon
Religious leaders from the Muslim, Jewish, and Christian faiths discuss spirituality in the age of climate change.

Waste Land, Promised Land

by Kimberly Meyer
A community of refugee farmers puts down deep roots in Texas.