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Deep Ecology

Deep Ecology

Deep Ecology In 1973, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer Arne Næss introduced the phrase deep ecology to environmental literature in the short essay “The Shallow and the Deep, Long-Range Ecology Movement: A Summary” (1973). Deep Ecology is rooted...
Ecocentric  

Ecocentric  

Ecocentric   Ecocentric is a type of environmentalism taking the view that large-scale ecological processes such as evolution, adaptation, and biogeochemical cycling are the most important aspects of nature. Moral values and rights are ascribed to ecological...
Environmental education

Environmental education

Environmental education Environmental education is around the world and in United States a fast rising and most important disciplines. Merging the ideas and philosophy of environmentalism with the structure of formal education systems, it strives to increase awareness...
Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice Environmental justice addresses the negative issues of the benefits of industrialization.  The cost of industrialization addresses social justice and environmentalism across people and nations, and especially rich vs. poor. Environmental...
Permaculture

Permaculture

Permaculture In the mid-seventies, two Aussies introduced a new green term to environmentalism, living in the arid Australian (Tasmania) climate. They published in 1978 their first book “Permaculture One” and a year later “Permaculture...