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The Greatest Challenge of Our Time

In one of my favorite passages from A Sand County Almanac Aldo Leopold describes his aspirations for his children. I have congenital hunting fever and three sons. As little tots, they spent their time playing with my decoys and scouring … Continue reading

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Do We Have the Courage to Put the 800-lb Gorilla On the Table?

The planet’s ability to provide useful materials and absorb wastes (its biocapacity) is deemed essential to sustain human life. Yet, the rate those useful materials are consumed (our ecological footprint) per person is rising at an alarming and unsustainable rate. … Continue reading

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