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Tag: Environmentalism

Five #greenreads to flip through in your most fly Comic-Con costume.
Five lessons on how to save the planet’s most beautiful places from development by the big and powerful.
Our technology-driven world demands that we do everything faster. But when we live slowly, we're rewarded with a deeper understanding of the real world—and our connection to it.
Our top picks: the best environmental news and #greenreads from around the web.
The story of the partnership was pounced on by gardeners and environmentalists as one of the more tone-deaf alliances of recent
A new documentary takes us through 50 years of the environmental movement.
Four of the 10 most successful documentaries at the box office have been on environmental themes. Indy filmmaker Mark Kitchell hopes to add his new movie to the list.
This summer I fired a couple shots across the bow of fellow writer and environmentalist Derrick Jensen. It was bad form no doubt, and in times like these we greenies should all stick together, but there was something about... read more >
I’ve spewed a lot of words in the last few months as I’ve run around the country talking about (and reading from) my new books. When you read something out loud, or just say it out loud, you can get a fairly quick sense of... read more >
According to the Boston Globe, President Obama purchased my book, My Green Manifesto, while shopping at the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore on Martha’s Vineyard last month. No writer expects this kind of thing, and in fact my... read more >
There are no straight lines in nature, but our insistence on drawing them has ruined Louisiana's precious wetlands.
Congratulations are in order for John H. Adams, the co-founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council, who this week was named one of the 15 recipients this year of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest... read more >
"GUNS DON'T KILL PEOPLE, LIBERALS DO."The banner flew over the National Rifle Association booth at the recent Delaware County Fair in Walton, New York.  In front of the booth people milled about, listening as... read more >