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Deep Ecology

 
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I recently learned about deep ecology, and it's fascinating how they view the world. I appreciate how deep ecology respects the interconnections of all organisms and places intrinsic value on all beings. Another particular facet of deep ecology that I like is how we, humans, are considered part of Nature.







These were some interesting articles I saw about deep ecology:
- What is Deep Ecology?
- Deep Ecology
- Deep Ecology: System Change, with Head, Heart, and Hand
 
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