Necropsy of a Laysan Albatross prefledge chick, 13 July 2004, Kure Atoll. Photo by David Liittschwager from Archipelago, by David Liittschwager and Susan Middleton. more...
No one with any awareness at all of the media can have failed to hear about the dangers of rising atmospheric CO2and global warming. But while these specters loom large in our future, they do not release us from our obligations to take care of the rest of what we have. Is this notion radically liberal? Or is it ultraconservative?
For too many of us, the concept of "object permanence" that we learned before we were two is lost when we discard our trash. As Lester Brown put it, any number, multiplied by a billions, becomes very large. It is almost incredible how far distant the adverse effects of our daily activities can reach. Indeed, to the spatial and temporal ends of the earth.
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