Published three times a year, Chain Reaction is the national magazine of Friends of the Earth, Australia. Published since 1975, Chain Reaction has built up a loyal audience and earned a reputation as a progressive magazine at the forefront of environmental and social debates in Australia. You can read a short history of Chain Reaction here.
Latest Issue: Chain Reaction #143, August 2022
This edition of Chain Reaction takes a hard-hitting look at our culture’s extractivist mindset and the ways this pervades corporations’ “greenwashing”, NGO culture and perhaps even our activist goals.
Edition #144 submissions now open! See the Contributor Guidelines for more info.
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Past Issue: Chain Reaction #142, June 2022
Past Issue: Chain Reaction #141, December 2021
Past Issue: Chain Reaction #140, August 2021
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"Chain Reaction is a worthwhile and accessible avenue for identifying teacher and student resources as well as keeping up to date on environmental issues." -- Journal of the Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria, March 2011.