Why Taoism’s Best Idea & Our Most Radical Environmental Restoration Plans Are Made For Each Other

Photo by Owain McGuire on Unsplash. Lion Sands Game Reserve, Sabi Sands, South Africa

What rewilding isn’t . . . and is

The Colorado River: an awaiting rewilding opportunity

Photo by Rainer Krienke on Unsplash. Lake Powell (formerly Glen Canyon), USA. The Late David Brower and other environmental activists have pointed to the canyon submerged beneath the waters of Lake Powell on the Utah/Arizona border as an excellent candidate for restoration.

Wildife management as actionless action

Sea urchins are a staple of the sea otter diet. Sea urchins eat kelp and other plant matter. Eliminating sea otters has resulted in urchin population explosions which have devasted kelp forests upon which many fish depend. Image: wikimedia

Rewilding from local parks to the backyard


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Essentialism: The Mother of All Linear Thinking

US citizen residing in British Columbia, Canada. Degrees include anthropology and environmental studies. Activism, politics, science, nature.

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