2019-03-05T08:00:00Z Durante cientos de a?os, los humanos han dependido de las plantas y los animales salvajes para sobrevivir. Pero en alg?n momento ocurri? una aut?ntica revoluci?n: nuestros antepasados empezaron a relacionarse con otras especies, a domesticarlas, y entonces todo cambi?, la poblaci?n humana se dispar? y dio comienzo lo que hoy consideramos civilizaci?n. Siguiendo la e...[Read More]
2018-01-18T08:00:00Z Today, there is an urgent need for a new politics. We must change our society to reverse the damage human societies make on the environment. To do so, we need a practical and realistic approach that can transform our cities into being ecological and democratic cities. --Dimitri I. Roussopoulos
How can we create a society that is ecological as well as...[Read More]
2017-05-17T07:00:00Z The year, 2017, marked the 25th anniversary of our marriage, therefore Joyce and I decided to plan a renewal of our vows. This time it was not a honeymoon in Europe as it had been in 1992, but in Hawai'i with seven nights of timesharing stay in Honolulu, followed by a seven day cruise to the outer islands.
Whom better to introduce my readers to Ha...[Read More]
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-05-01T07:00:00ZUSA 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.
Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 11: The Human In Nature:? Return To The Sacred Earth , John Seed, Dolores Lachapelle, Alan Drengson, Carole Ann Heart, Connie Barlow, EAGLE MAN, Ed Mcgaa, Gus diZerega, Paul Shepard & Winona LaDuke
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA Perhaps the most powerful and significant aspect of Deep Ecology is the way it cultivates humility and reverence for the great mystery of life. Listen as Winona Laduke, Ed Mcgaa/Eagle Man and others explore the right relationship between humans and the rest of nature.
Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 12: Putting Earth First 101: On Saving The Planet , Dave Foreman, Bill Devall, Cecilia Lanman, Dick Roy, Guboo Ted Thomas, Jeanne Roy, John Jeavons, Julia Butterfly Hill, Kelpie Wilson, Reed Noss & Tim Hermach
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA Listen as environmental activists Dave Forman, Julia "Butterfly" Hill, and others share their experiences of being on the front lines of the battle to preserve old-growth redwoods and other endangered species, along with solid reasons for their passionate involvement in this struggle.
? ? 2014 University Press Audiobooks2014-10-22T07:00:00ZUSA Global warming is perhaps the most dramatic example of what Timothy Morton calls "hyperobjects" - entities of such vast temporal and spatial dimensions that they defeat traditional ideas about what a thing is in the first place. In this book, Morton explains what hyperobjects are and their impact on how we think...[Read More]
? ? 2016 University Press Audiobooks2016-12-30T08:00:00ZUSA Where fresh water appears to be abundant and generally accessible, chronic pollution may be relatively ignored as a public issue. Yet there are those whose lives, livelihoods, and traditions are touched directly by the destructive albeit essential relationship between humans and water. In her passionate and pers...[Read More]
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA 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.
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA 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.
? ? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA One of the major strains on our environment is population growth, and the need for more and more people to be provided for. Listen as Paul Ehrlich, author of the 1968 classic, The Population Bomb, talks about what has gotten better, what is worse, and what to do now.