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Change at the scale of the crisis: what racism teaches us about our ecological impasse

Posted January 31st, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Change at the scale of the crisis: what racism teaches us about our ecological impasse

A destructive way of life is now so deeply embedded within our daily lives, our economies, our livelihoods, our ways of doing business, that addressing the various crises, including the ethical and moral crises with which this way of life confronts us, means change at scales few of us want to consider, or are willing to accept – and I include a lot of the environmental and social justice communities in that critique. I’m part of them, so I am critiquing from within, not from without. We are all part of this awful dilemma that confronts us now.

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Savage earth wounds

Posted November 7th, 2011 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: The front page of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Sunday front section was nearly covered by a stunning photograph that made me gasp with horror. It’s a picture of the Empire Mine, an iron ore mine in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Check it out here. As the headline reads (talk […]

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