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Climate Eucatastrophe
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Climate Eucatastrophe

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES In J. R. R. Tolkien’s works, the eucatastrophic moment only comes when good and compassionate persons realize that they must be willing to bring their full and whole lives [even to the point of being willing to sacrifice their lives] to bear on the revolutionary task at hand of turning the…

Who Will Save Us?
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Who Will Save Us?

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES Corporations are not going to save us. Politicians are not going to save us. Judges are not going to save us. Philanthropists are not going to save us. Preachers are not going to save us. Scientists are not going to save us. Celebrities are not going to save us. Universities are…

Trees Capture Carbon And Dollars
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Trees Capture Carbon And Dollars

BY FROMA HARROP The last Friday in April is National Arbor Day. You knew that, didn’t you? Born in the Victorian era, Arbor Day began mainly as a gentle reminder to admire trees as things of beauty. As an environmental observance, it has been upstaged by the more comprehensive Earth Day [itself now almost 50…

As To The Least, So To The Rest As Well
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As To The Least, So To The Rest As Well

BY GARY EDMONDSON Forty-nine years ago, I sat on the fresh spring grass in Nacogdoches, TX, with alternating redbuds and dogwoods providing the purple and white school colors of Stephen F. Austin State University. It was SFA’s first Earth Day. The event had been organized the year before by Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson to combat…

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