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By: M Tomashow
228 pages, Illus
Covers the different types of environmental thought and activism using John Muir, Henry David Thoreau, and Rachel Carson as environmental archetypes, but branching out into ecofeminism and bioregionalism as well, to produce an `ecological identity' which we all can identify with, and thus, utilise.
Ecological Identity is an ecological manifesto, a must read for anyone interested in changing the ways human beings exist in the world, and a pedagogy for the environmental movement of the '90s --Katie Hennessey, Utne Reader
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Mitchell Thomashow is the Chairperson of the Department of Environmental Studies at Antioch New England Graduate School.
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