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Simplicity, Sustainability, and Human Rights

Simplicity Institute, 2012


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Resource IDburch2012
Resource titleSimplicity, Sustainability, and Human Rights
Author(s)Mark A. Burch
Publication/ sourceSimplicity Institute
Date published 2012
Summary text/ abstractEnvironmental issues are human rights issues. We cannot hope to conserve human rights without also protecting the ecological and biophysical integrity of the Earth. Since consumer culture and its associated economic and technical developments are the prime drivers of ecological destruction, the active promotion of a culture of voluntary simplicity is essential to conserving the ecosphere, and with it, human rights. Our roles as educators place us in a singularly advantageous position and imply a special responsibility to do this.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Politics, Simplicity
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