Posts Tagged ‘ecological grief’

How do we live now?

Posted June 1st, 2010 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on How do we live now?

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: “What is in store for our children’s children? What will be left for those who come after? Appalled by the questions themselves, we turn to immediate tasks and try to close our minds to nightmare scenarios of want and war in a wasted, contaminated world.” — Joanna Macy […]

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There’s no fixing this – the Gulf and its lessons

Posted May 24th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 9 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: [Don’t miss our home page features below the blog post] Like any death, or fatal diagnosis, there comes the time of acceptance, the moment when it really sinks in. It is often accompanied by deep sorrow and depression. You can feel that coming in regard to the Deepwater […]

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Oil spill: permanent loss

Posted May 11th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: You can feel the despair beginning to sink in – the BP oil spill disaster is a permanent, horrible loss, a permanent horrible still-unfolding toxic poisoning of the Gulf of Mexico, its living creatures, and the wetlands and shores, the deltas and islands, the coastal ecosystems of our […]

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So much is already gone…

Posted November 9th, 2009 in Blog, Featured 3 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: So much is already destroyed. Catching up slowly with Ken’s Burns’ documentary series on the National Parks, “America’s Best Idea.”  I’ve been to so many of them, treasures every one. So last night I was watching the second in the series in which he tells the story of […]

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