Expanding the Conversation on Environmentalism and Working for Environmental Justice

Expanding the Conversation on Environmentalism and Working for Environmental Justice

Be inspired to make a difference

"The Pledge (An Earth Anthem) music video by the award-winning Earthman Lanny Smith and the Planet Earth Project features both the Miami Children's Choir and the Nashville Children's Choir, and is signed by for the hard of hearing by children. This will inspire everyone.

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Talk about our population!!

All our environmental efforts mean nothing unless we start talking about the one issue that so many refuse to face. Stream our film for free through the end of May and see what it is that can help alleviate the stresses rapid population growth has had on our earth and it's ecosystems.

 

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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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Thank you for all the great ideas

After December 31, 2013, EPA is no longer maintaining the technology this discussion forum uses. We really appreciate the energy and creativity this format allowed. We’re looking at how we can continue to share the ideas you've contributed. We continue to explore ways to expand the conversation and listen to your ideas to help protect human health and the environment.

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