And then we must be willing to act: protecting rivers and restoring them to health and wholeness.

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They organise, research and protest: a new generation of climate activists around the world is prepared to do everything they can to protect the climate.

The Ecologist has talked to young climate activist around the world.

The Shock of the Anthropocene has been translated from French into English and published by Verso.

NATALIE BENNETT, the former Green Party leader, explains how it is an important, informative and interesting book which all ecologists should read.

Water resilience is among the most important discussions at the COP23, taking place in Bonn.

This is particularly true for the communities living in the Pacific Islands.Dr Seuss’s The Lorax is showing at the Old Vic theatre in London until Sunday.HARRIET GRIFFEY, cultural editor of The Ecologist describes it as a 'entertaining and heart-warming children’s musical' that speaks to current environmental issues.But also for all countries facing floods and famine in the decades to come. The United Nations’ International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict takes place on November 6.The international community must face up to the reality that protecting the environment from conflict is vital to protect people, argues DOUG WEIR.Typhoon Haiyan is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the Philippines - with 6,300 people killed.