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Ecological consciousness

Ecological consciousness

Essays from the Earthday X Colloquium, University of Denver, April 21-24, 1980

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by University Press of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Man,
  • Influence on nature,
  • Ecology,
  • Human ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages488
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8084571M
    ISBN 100819114960
    ISBN 109780819114969

      Developing Ecological Consciousness is a marked departure from those standard environmental studies texts strongly focused on actions that humans need to take to fix the environment. Christopher Uhl explores the path to living in harmony with Earth, and believes it begins — not with fixing the environment — but with fixing ourselves — specifically our perceptions about : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Developing Ecological Consciousness is a fine book. It is, moreover, one that is eminently readable and that carries an optimistic message. Thus it does precisely what it appears to be intended to do: speak to a wide audience, engage students, and bring hope to twenty-first century environmentalism.- 5/5(9).

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    Developing Ecological Consciousness is a book for the college classroom and for community groups of all kinds. It is a useful resource in terms of its information content, which is provided in sensible amounts for the layperson to take in. But this information is seen as feeding into an experiential process. That is the whole mission of the /5(4). Developing Ecological Consciousness is a marked departure from those standard environmental studies texts strongly focused on actions that humans need to take to fix the environment. Christopher Uhl explores the path to living in harmony with Earth, and believes it begins — not with fixing the environment — but with fixing ourselves.


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That is the whole mission of the /5(9). Developing Ecological Consciousness is a fine book. It is, moreover, one that is eminently readable and that carries an optimistic message. Thus it does precisely what it appears to be intended to do: speak to a wide audience, engage students, and bring hope to twenty /5(13).

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