Posts Tagged ‘ecological ethics’

This culture needs a dose of goodness – another reflection on coal

Posted April 9th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: I find myself really struggling on the inside this week. The horrific accident at the Upper Big Branch coal mine in West Virginia laid my spirits low, I must admit. It is one thing to recognize that we live in a culture of moral distraction and disconnection, a […]

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Why does Bush hate Nature?

Posted December 9th, 2008 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Really, I don’t know how else to describe what he’s doing as he mercifully prepares to leave the White House.  From drilling in fragile ecosystems to blowing up mountains to pushing policies that will increase pollution and noise in our public parks and forests… I have wondered this […]

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We’re melting, melting, melting….

Posted October 17th, 2008 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on We’re melting, melting, melting….

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Exceedingly bad news from the Arctic this week.  From the Washington Post yesterday, Report says Arctic temperatures at record highs: “Autumn temperatures in the Arctic are at record levels, the Arctic Ocean is getting warmer and less salty as sea ice melts, and reindeer herds appear to be […]

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Behind the crisis: an ethic of individualism and alienation

Posted October 9th, 2008 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Behind the crisis: an ethic of individualism and alienation

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Sometimes when probing the newspapers, I run into something that jumps off the page at me, that reveals something about what is wrong with us, how we have gotten ourselves into multiple crises, both ecological and economic, until now we don’t have a clue how to get ourselves […]

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