Category Archives: Biophilia

Add one to the Endangered Species list: ecologists

Tweet It’s widely appreciated that the world’s biodiversity is in crisis — that many species are in danger of extinction.  How do we know this?  Because ecologists and other environmental field scientists have studied their abundance and sometimes obscure habits, … Continue reading

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Religion, wholeness, and care for the earth

Tweet [Editor’s note: This guest post is the speech presented by Reverend Preston Moore at the “Step It Up” event on global warming in Williamsburg, Virginia on 14 April 2007.]  Ninety-five Aprils ago, a society lady boarded a luxury liner in … Continue reading

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No child left indoors

Tweet So many problems in the world. What can we do about it? Well, to start with, one of the simplest, cheapest, and most wholesome things one can do is get the kids and yourself off your rear ends and … Continue reading

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The Nature of Patriotism

Tweet Ladies and gentlemen, we live in troubled times.  Everyone seems to agree on that, even if opinions differ widely on the source of the troubles.  Terrorism, extremist ideologies, a looming energy crisis, environmental degradation, the likes of Paris Hilton … Continue reading

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