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Deep Ecology

Nature: The Brand

Mary Ellen Hannibal | Posted 02.08.2017 | Green
Mary Ellen Hannibal

There were many highlights, fine words from fine people, and music. One friend talked amusingly about Tompkins' fastidious attention to art. For me, however, the most moving depiction of Tompkins came from his daughter Quincy Tompkins Imhoff, who managed to portray her father's strengths with appreciation and to indicate his failings with depth but not rancor.

Gotham Salon: "The East," An Eco Thriller

Catherine Ingram | Posted 07.29.2013 | Entertainment
Catherine Ingram

What is the appropriate moral response to grave injustice? When do ends justify means, and when, if ever, is violence the right solution for addressing social wrongs? These are the compelling questions addressed in Zal Batmanglij's riveting new film, The East.

A Deep Reason to Counter Perry and Bachmann

Arthur Rosenfeld | Posted 11.12.2011 | Green
Arthur Rosenfeld

How does a planet fight back? Perhaps with climate change, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, and threats to the food supply such as the dying off of bees, but more definitely with more personal weapons, maybe even triggers inside our own DNA.

It's International Mother Earth Day, Ready Or Not

Bron Taylor | Posted 06.21.2011 | Green
Bron Taylor

We are a species not highly evolved enough to be ready for Earth Day, let alone Mother Earth day. But there is some tantalizing and hopeful evidence that we're beginning to find our way.

Global Warming: The Christian Solution Is Bad but the Alternatives Are No Better

Michael Ruse | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Michael Ruse

What is the alternative? If you give up the Christian philosophy of ecology (if we might thus characterize it), how else do you approach the non-human world and articulate our (human) relationship to it?

Tell Us a New Story: Brenda Peterson's New Memoir

Elizabeth Cunningham | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Elizabeth Cunningham

With this luminous, surprising memoir, Brenda Peterson completes her own assignment, giving us a story where no one is killed, dismissed, or left behind, where empathy is not only possible but imperative.

Perspectives on Integral Ecology--2

Ross Robertson | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Ross Robertson

Animals (and presumably plants, too) have "worlds" of their own. Non-human life forms are not machines reacting to stimuli, but have their own ways of registering the phenomena that show up within their worlds.