25th November 2012

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If children lose contact with nature they won't fight for it — With half of their time spent at screens, the next generation will be poorly equipped to defend the natural world from harm →

Tagged: naturedeep ecologydeep green resistancedomesticationprimitivismneurosisunschoolunschooling

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    An interesting article I came across today while exploring some random deep ecology themed content. the guardian
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