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EARTH ETHICS 1992 Spring

What is Education For? by David Orr. A discussion about the myths that drive modern education and a presentation of a set of principles that might replace them in order to develop a stronger earth ethic.

Higher Education's Ecological Mission, by Richard Clugston. A list of critical steps that can be taken to refocus the academic mission towards a commitment to the earth.

Environmental Ethics and the Land Professions, by Evelyn Martin. A description of the Land Ethics Program and its mission to teach environmental ethics in the land professions.

The Rainbow Bridge, by Brooke Medicine Eagle. A teacher of Native American spirituality recounts her first vision quest.

Earth Stewardship, by Eugene Odum. The parasite-host relationship of humans and the earth, and how ecological studies can s clues in maintaining a sustainable relationship.



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