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Earth Walk

A Deep Ecology Perspective and Critique of the Mainstream Environmental Movement Without sufficient contact and interaction with nature, and without a worldview sufficiently open to it, we are not able to form relationships with communities of life around us, meaning … Continue reading

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The Nature Quotient: Deep Ecology and Nature Deficit Disorder

  By Stan Adamson   View and Print as PDF.   My love for the earth began with walks with my Uncle Lloyd in the San Bernardino Mountains of southern California. I was but five years old as we quietly … Continue reading

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Environmental Hope: A Better Approach for a Tougher Climate

Introducing the Unbound Nov 2012–Jan 2013 issue “Hope for Eco-Activists: Discovering an Environmental Faith” while arguing for a different environmental strategy to engage people, particularly young people, in this age of consumerism, doubt, and the temptation to despair.   By … Continue reading

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