Trying to make a living on an organic smallholding: Paul Jennings, ‘One-Planet’ smallholder

Low Impact

Murray Bookchin made this argument – that in the end, everyone will be drawn together by the ecological crisis. You recommended this book to me (holds the Ecology of Freedom , by Murray Bookchin).

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Are power hierarchies inevitable in human society?

Low Impact

Murray Bookchin, in The Ecology of Freedom , posits that in hunter-gatherer society there was / is no official hierarchy. Just to be clear, I’m only talking about institutional, power hierarchies here, not hierarchies based on beauty, knowledge, intelligence, ability, respect etc.

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The return of the population bombers

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In 1962, in Our Synthetic Environment, Murray Bookchin wrote: “The needs of industrial plants are being placed before man’s need for clean air; the disposal of industrial wastes has gained priority over the community’s need for clean water. Carson and Bookchin and Commoner helped initiate a new kind of environmentalism that was rooted in a radical social critique.

In Search of a New Paradigm—Part 1: Is Our Love Affair with.

The Alien Next Door

Murray Bookchin argued that because capitalist production externalizes environmental costs to all of society, the burden of mitigating environmental impacts is not adequately addressed. The Alien Next Door Musings of Nina Munteanu, SF writer and Ecologist Monday, October 5, 2009 In Search of a New Paradigm—Part 1: Is Our Love Affair with Capitalism Over? An Ecologist’s Perspective Do you remember when you first fell in love?

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