Southern Cross Review Links

Alliance for Childhood is an international partnership of educators, physicians, researchers, and children�s advocates. Information in Spanish may be found at Alianza por la Ni�ez.

Monte Azul is Ute Craemer's long running project to help children in the favelas of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Nature Institute is home to Craig Holdrege and other SCR authors. The institute seeks to transform how we think about, perceive, and affect nature.

NetFuture is an excellent e-Newsletter concentrating on technology and human responsibility. Edited and mostly written by Steve Talbott, author of The Future Does Not Compute and numerous articles and reviews for SCR.

News Network Anthroposophy U.K. is home to a number of interesting sites in the U.K., including Emerson College, Rudolf Steiner House, and the Science Section of the British Anthroposophical Society.

News Network Anthroposophy is home to contributor David Heaf's Ifgene site as well as other anthroposophical sites of interest around the world.

Rudolf Steiner Archive at the e.Lib holds electronic copies of many books, lectures, and articles by Steiner.

The Rural Center for Responsible Living promotes organic and biodynamic agriculture and gardening.

Uncle Taz Home Page. A really different (weird?) anthroposophical site run by Uncle Taz (a.k.a. Tarjei Straume) hisself.

Social Threefolding. Dedicated to Rudolf Steiner's concept of a Threefold Society, with undated articles, books, links and a discussion list. Run by Soren Groth



The Barcelona Review is a trilingual (English, Spanish, Catalan) webzine containing high quality modern short fiction.

Info 3 is a German language look at Anthroposophy Today. Some articles in English.

Jaerna Bridge is Art Ross's independent anthroposophic magazine out of Sweden. It has articles in both English and Swedish.

EarthLight Magazine explores the relationship of nature and religion, science and the sacred, cosmology and community.