The Ethics and Considerations of Humans, Cities, and Ecology

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Megan Griffth writes that the word “sustainable” might have become too broad a term.  I agree.  I’ve heard it used recently in numerous conversations ranging in topics from the environment, to free online learning,  to sustainable seafood (heard part one of a three part series on NPR this past weekend).

This post looks at a common theme that ties “climate change,  ecological degradation and  resiliency” together;  the conflict of humans vs. the Earth.

via The Ethics and Considerations of Humans, Cities, and Ecology.

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2 responses to “The Ethics and Considerations of Humans, Cities, and Ecology

  1. Thank you for sharing, I think it’s an interesting topic. When I first learned about sustainability, I applied it to environmental issues and thus adopted it as almost a purely environmental word- with economics and society playing only minor roles. I still appreciate the term, but I’m in search of a better way to phrase it. Love your blog!

    • Thank you for taking notice. I’m new to blogging. I’m finding it to be a great way to communicate. I can learn from blogs like yours. Take good care.

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