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EARTH ETHICS 1995 Spring

Money, Ecology, and Spirituality: Toward a Holistic Framework for Social Development, by Richard M. Clugston. A report on the World Summit for Social Development.

Women's Vision of a Just Social Order, by Janet Hunt. Excerpts from a paper prepared for the Asian Regional Consultation on Sustainable Livelihoods.

Report from Cairo, by the United States Department of State. Essentials from the State Department Report on the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development titles Bringing Cairo Home: Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy, Conference Discussion Guide.

The Rites of Passage. A poem by Pattiann Rogers.

Theological Perspectives on Population and Consumption, by Doug Hunt. An emerging global vision of sustainability grounded in the spirit of first peoples' wisdom calls us to new visions of liberation, equity, justice, and mutuality.

Two Ways to Tiptoe, by Jean Berrett. Barry Lopez's Arctic Dreams provides a "guidebook to the immeasurable beauty and irrefutable worth of this planet" and contrasts sharply with the ultimate disconnection from our earthly roots and escape to the stars envisioned by author and astronomer Carl Sagan in his new book Pale Blue Dot.

Principles of Sustainable Livelihoods. Principles, policy recommendations, and political, economic and socio-cultural priorities for sustainable livelihoods produced at The North American Regional Consultation on Sustainable Livelihoods.

Case Studies On Sustainable Livelihoods, by Thomas J. Rogers. Six case studies illustrating creative response to crucial social and environmental problems presented at The North American Regional Consultation on Sustainable Livelihoods.



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