Expanding the Conversation on Environmentalism and Working for Environmental Justice

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Help Renters To Access Green Energy Resources

This is about identifying barriers to green energy technologies in existing rental properties. I am a renter for over 30 years. (It is not possible for me to own a home.) My income goes to pay for my landlord's property and taxes, but I have no control over how she chooses to spend her money on maintenance and improvements to her property which is my home. But I pay for the energy bill for my flat. I am doing ...more »

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A Review of The Land Ethic by Aldo Leopold

A Sand County Almanac: The Land Ethic Aldo Leopold begins his last chapter by presenting a harsh tale of Odysseus, a Greek hero who returned home from his journey and, with no hesitation or remorse, hanged many of his slaves for rumors of their disobedience when he was away. In modern times, this act of punishment would seem cruel and lacking of any moral justice whatsoever, but Leopold stresses that in ancients’ ...more »

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A Review of Nature by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Emerson discusses the unimaginable divinity of nature’s innate ability to foster processes that aid each other in providing nourishment for every creature. He uses the example of plants, whose seeds are sowed by the wind, watered by the rain that was drawn from the ocean by the sun, and which feed humans and grazers, alike. In our own empirical endeavors, we have also found that, without any human input, nature create ...more »

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