Deep Ecology for the 21st Century, Part 11: The Human In Nature:? Return To The Sacred Earth , John Seed, Dolores Lachapelle, Alan Drengson, Carole Ann Heart, Connie Barlow, EAGLE MAN, Ed Mcgaa, Gus diZerega, Paul Shepard & Winona LaDuke
? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA Perhaps the most powerful and significant aspect of Deep Ecology is the way it cultivates humility and reverence for the great mystery of life. Listen as Winona Laduke, Ed Mcgaa/Eagle Man and others explore the right relationship between humans and the rest of nature.
? 2015 Berrett-Koehler Publishers2015-10-05T07:00:00ZUSA WINNER OF THE 2015 IBPA BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AWARD IN POLITICS/CURRENT EVENTS
The Ecology of Law
Fritjof Capra and Ugo Mattei argue that at the root of many of the environmental, economic, and social crises we face today is a legal system based on an obsolete worldview. Capra, a bestselli...[Read More]
? 2013 Audible Studios2013-12-17T08:00:00ZUSA "There are no unsacred places," the poet Wendell Berry has written. "There are only sacred places and desecrated places." What might it mean to behold the world with such depth and feeling that it is no longer possible to imagine it as something separate from ourselves, or to live without regard for its well-being? To underst...[Read More]
2020-10-27T07:00:00ZUSA Understanding how our living environment works is essentially a study of ecological systems. Ecology is the science of how organisms interact with each other and with their environment, and how such interactions create self-organizing communities and ecosystems. This science touches us all. The food we eat, the water we drink, the natural resources we use...[Read More]
? 2014 Science News2014-12-22T08:00:00ZUSA The odds of finding another planet with Earth's exact mineral composition are astronomically long, a mineralogist using tools borrowed from ecology calculates. Reproducing Earth's mineral makeup elsewhere has a 1 in 10200 chance of success, Robert Hazen of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C., said December 6...[Read More]
? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA Deep Ecologist George Sessions describes the need for our culture to awaken out of the superficial assumption that nature is for our pleasure and consumption, to honor the inherent value and rights of other species, and to take responsibility not to abuse our power for selfish ends.
2021-12-14T08:00:00ZUSA For many people, ecosystems may be a remote concept, yet we eat, drink, breathe and interface with them in every moment of our lives. In this engaging textbook, ecosystems scientist Dr. Mark Everard considers a diversity of "everyday things", including fascinating facts about their ecological origins: from the tea we drink, to the things we wear, read and...[Read More]
? 2013 Audible Studios2013-11-01T07:00:00ZUSA An entertaining and enlightening exploration of why waste matters, this cultural history explores an often ignored subject matter and makes a compelling argument for a deeper understanding of human and animal waste. Approaching the subject from a variety of perspectives - evolutionary, ecological, and cultural - this examinat...[Read More]
? 2021 University Press Audiobooks2021-06-18T07:00:00ZUSA Yellowstone Wildlife is a natural history of the wildlife species that call Yellowstone National Park and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem their home. Yellowstone Wildlife describes the lives of species in the park, exploring their habitats from the Grand Tetons to Jackson Hole.
2017-02-28T08:00:00ZUSA In this landmark work of environmental history, William Cronon offers an original and profound explanation of the effects European colonists' sense of property and their pursuit of capitalism had upon the ecosystems of New England. Reissued here with an updated afterword by the author and a new preface by the distinguished colonialist John Demos, Changes ...[Read More]
? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA One of the major strains on our environment is population growth, and the need for more and more people to be provided for. Listen as Paul Ehrlich, author of the 1968 classic, The Population Bomb, talks about what has gotten better, what is worse, and what to do now.
? 1998 New Dimensions Foundation1998-10-01T07:00:00ZUSA How can we begin to look at the deeper social, economic and spiritual questions behind the environmental crisis? In this program, Fritjof Capra, Arne Naess, and other environmentalists expand on the radical nature of Deep Ecology.