Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 9: The Bioregional Perspective: Discovering Your Natural Community , Kirkpatrick Sale, Stephanie Mills, Dick Roy, Jeanne Roy, Kelpie Wilson & Peter Berg


Published in: itune > Nonfiction, > Environment care | Published on 01/Jan/2019 06:03

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How much do we know about the natural bioregion in which we live, and why does it matter? Listen to Jeanne and Dick Roy, Jerry Mander and others as they talk about the challenge of waking up to the realities of the place where we live, to more fully appreciate the world that keeps us alive.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 3: Deep Questioning: The Eight Principles of Deep Ecology , Arne Naess, George Sessions, Doug Tompkins, Fritjof Capra, Harold Glasser & Stephanie Mills


Published in: itune > Self Development, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 23:12

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How can we begin to look at the deeper social, economic and spiritual questions behind the environmental crisis? In this program, Fritjof Capra, Arne Naess, and other environmentalists expand on the radical nature of Deep Ecology.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 7: From Global Dependence to Local Interdependence , Jerry Mander & Helena Norberg-Hodge


Published in: itune > Nonfiction, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 21:34

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To what extent is the global economy destroying the environment that supports us all? Listen as activist Jerry Mander and Swedish philosopher Helena Norberg-Hodge provide detail on the realities of global commerce, and how to counter its hold on our society.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 8: Honoring The Wild , Gary Snyder


Published in: itune > Nonfiction, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 17:01

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Gary Snyder is a renowned poet, activist, and ecologist. Here he offers specific advice on practical ways to improve your personal relationship to wild nature, understand the global situation more fully, and work to improve the ecological health of your own local community.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 6: Muir, The Wild Ideal And Eco-Feminism , Bill Devall, Frederick Turner, Casey Walker, David Brower, David Orr, Kelpie Wilson, Patsy Hallen & Trudy Frisk


Published in: itune > Religion & Spirituality, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 15:39

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The love of the environment expressed by John Muir has enriched us all. Listen as Sierra Club activist David Orr, Fredrick Turner, and others talk about the importance of Muir's idea that respect for living systems comes before human interests.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 10: Metaphysics of the Treeline , Arne Naess


Published in: itune > Nonfiction, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 15:32

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Arne Naess, known as "the father of Deep Ecology," lived above the tree line near the Arctic Circle in Norway. Well into his eighties, he still carried his own firewood and water to a simple stone cabin that he built himself. Here he describes the joy and richness of his satisfying, simple lifestyle.



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Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 13: A Deep Ecology Future , George Sessions


Published in: itune > Nonfiction, > Environment care | Published on 31/Dec/2018 14:01

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Deep Ecologist George Sessions describes the need for our culture to awaken out of the superficial assumption that nature is for our pleasure and consumption, to honor the inherent value and rights of other species, and to take responsibility not to abuse our power for selfish ends.



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33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed to Ask


Published in: Google Books > History > Environment care | Published on 17/Aug/2018 15:29

320 pages , Crown Forum , 2007-07-10
Guess what? The Indians didn’t save the Pilgrims from starvation by teaching them to grow corn. Thomas Jefferson thought states’ rights—an idea reviled today—were even more important than the Constitution’s checks and balances. The “Wild” West was more peaceful and a lot safer than most m...[Read More]



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Lighting for an Improved Environment of Care


Published in: youtube > Better Buildings > Environment care | Published on 17/Aug/2018 04:35

Making lighting a priority, with the Better Buildings Alliance, Northwestern University and Pacific NW National Laboratory.



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Nursing, Caring, and Complexity Science For Human Environment Well-Being


Published in: Google Books > Medical > Environment care | Published on 16/Aug/2018 11:57

432 pages , Springer Publishing Company , 2011-01-28
2011 AJN Book of the Year Winner in Professional Development and Issues! "This collected scholarship...will inform the personal/professional evolution of caring and nursing into this century and beyond, inviting new visions of the evolved human in the world of practice, education, research, administration, and clinical...[Read More]



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The Nation Magazine Does Not Care About the Environment


Published in: youtube > EnvironmentalEducator > Environment care | Published on 15/Aug/2018 16:36

The Nation Magazine pretends to care about the environment, even doing a 100% environmental magazine for Earth Day 2014, but real environmental solutions are not allowed, not even as a paid ad.



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2018-01-02T08:00:00Z
Mark Nelson, PhD, has worked for several decades in closed ecological systems research. As one of eight brave souls enclosed in the pioneering Biosphere 2 experiment for two years in 1991-1993, Nelson learned fi rst hand how essential the proper use of human waste is to the health of the planet. This realization, combined with his lifelong love aff air with construc...[Read More]



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