Magazines

Adbusters — “Ultimately… Adbusters is an ecological magazine, dedicated to examining the relationship between human beings and their physical and mental environment. We want a world in which the economy and ecology resonate in balance.” 

Creation Care — “The Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate, inspire, and mobilize Christians in their effort to care for God’s creation, to be faithful stewards of God’s provision, and to advocate for actions and policies that honor God and protect the environment.” Christian

Geez — “Geez magazine has set up camp in the outback of the spiritual commons. A bustling spot for the over-churched, out-churched, un-churched and maybe even the un-churchable. For wannabe contemplatives, front-line world-changers and restless cranks.” Christian

Need — “NEED magazine creates exposure for humanitarian aid via an educational, artistic, visual narrative of human stories.” 

PRISM — “PRISM is the place that progressive evangelicals turn for biblical cultural analysis, strategies for effective ministry, thoughtful reflection on Christian citizenship and models for Christian service.” Christian

Sojourners — “Our mission is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world.” Christian

Third Way — “Third Way magazine was launched in January 1977 by a wing of the Church that had begun to rediscover the imperative of social responsibility which, with some notable exceptions, it had long neglected.” Christian

Utne Reader — “Utne Reader and Utne.com are digests of independent ideas and alternative culture. Not right, not left, but forward thinking. We’re most interested in creating a conversation about everything from the environment to the economy, politics to pop culture.”

yes! — “Each issue focuses on a theme, showing the possibilities and practical steps that can lead us all to a more positive future. In each issue you also find book reviews, practical advice for living more sustainably, the page that counts, special features, columns, and short ‘indicators.’” 

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