The myth of superabundance is the belief that earth has more than sufficient natural resources to satisfy humanity's needs, and that no matter how much of these resources humanity uses, the planet will continuously replenish the supply. Although the idea had existed previously among conservationists in the 19th century, it was not given a name until Stewart Udall's 1964 book The Quiet Crisis.
Reauthorization of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act hearings before the Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, February 23, 24, 1993 (sewage treatment needs of rural and small communities); March 31; April 1, 21, 22; May 5, 11, 12, 1993; June 30, 1993 (managing wastewater in coastal urban areas).
240 pages , University of Toronto Press , 2003 In the energy sector of Canadian economic and political life, power has a double meaning. It is quintessentially about the generation of power and physical energy. However, it is also about political power, the energy of the economy, and thus the overall governance of Canada. Power Switch offers a critical examination of the...[Read More]
This group is for women and people who are trans, who want to create an ecovillage together.
If you want to join the community some day message Lucie Hollick https://www.facebook.com/Lucie.Hollick (Lucie's FB link)
If you feel like you can not talk to either or have had a misunderstanding with someone then message Elvira https://www.facebook.com/elvira.vahlstrom (Elvira's FB link)
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