If you're after a magazine that blends tales of sustainability
across the globe with stories from the heart, Where The
Leaves Fall is your perfect read.
Issue 6 in their own words:
The themes for this issue are vulnerable, accessible, and
sustainable, alongside a series of dialogues.
A HUMAN LIFE ENTWINED
Ugandan photographer DeLovie Kwagala takes us on a journey
to the Quingdom, a gender-fluid imaginary world where people
are free to be as they would like; Fijian climate justice advocate
Kavita Naidu examines how vested interests need to be understood
in order to resist and change the system; Noor, a young Syrian
refugee, tells writer Daniel Briggs about the part that climate
breakdown has played in his migration; and Ukrainian photographer
Igor Tereshkov highlights the impact of the oil industry on the
countryside and inhabitants of northwestern Siberia.
+OUR BASIC NEEDS
+BE THE CHANGE