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the book cover for the hidden half of nature by david r montgomery and anne bikle
Speakers at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival
we heal together rituals and practices for building community and connection
We Heal Together by Michelle Cassandra Johnson | Indigo Chapters
Rituals and Practices for Building Community and Connection | We Heal Together by Michelle Cassandra Johnson | Indigo Chapters
the book cover for buried by dr jeff rediger
Cured: The Power of Our Immune System and the Mind-Body Connection
the book cover for how to read nature
Podcast #343: How to Read Nature — Awakening Your Senses to the Outdoors
Nature. Even if you’re an avid outdoorsman, you likely take it for granted. When you’ve seen one tree or one blue sky, you’ve seen them all, right? Well, to those with well-trained senses, natural surroundings can actually tell you a whole lot. The leaves on a tree can tell you what direction you’re headed and …
the cover of reclaiming the commonss by vandana shiva, with two plants
Reclaiming The Commons by Vandana Shiva | Indigo Chapters
Reclaiming the Commons: Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, and the Rights of Mother Earth lays out the scientific, legal, political, and cultural struggle to defend the sovereignty of biodiversity and indigenous knowledge. Corporate war on nature and people through patents and corporate Intellectual Property Rights has unleashed an epidemic of biopiracy resulting in important legal battles fighting efforts to patent the rights to many plants, including basmati, neem, and wheat. The author presents details of the specific attempts made by corporations to secure these patents and the legal actions taken to fight them. The book goes beyond the legal struggle to position the necessary solutions to corporate control including the exploring the Rights of Nature and proposing a framework for a
the book cover for the ecocentricist's a history of radical environmentalism
The Ecocentrists par Keith Makoto Woodhouse, Couverture souple Couverture souple | Indigo Chapters
Disenchanted with the mainstream environmental movement, a new, more radical kind of environmental activist emerged in the 1980s. Radical environmentalists used direct action, from blockades and tree-sits to industrial sabotage, to save a wild nature that they believed to be in a state of crisis. Questioning the premises of liberal humanism, they subscribed to an ecocentric philosophy that attributed as much value to nature as to people. Although critics dismissed them as marginal, radicals posed a vital question that mainstream groups too often ignored: Is environmentalism a matter of common sense or a fundamental critique of the modern world?In The Ecocentrists, Keith Makoto Woodhouse offers a nuanced history of radical environmental thought and action in the late-twentieth-century Unite
the book cover for the emboded mind
The Embodied Mind by Thomas R. Verny | Indigo Chapters
Understanding the Mysteries of Cellular Memory, Consciousness, and Our Bodies | The Embodied Mind by Thomas R. Verny | Indigo Chapters
the gutt story of our incredible second brain by payal kohari book review
Feb 2022