Faith & Ecology: A Primer for Practitioners and Pundits

Seeing India: 6 Pictures

Aesthetically, India is fascinating. World renown for its bright colors — such as those in the air during Holi or on the streets […]

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Empirics in Tradition

Empirics in Tradition

On the cover of the April 8, 1966 edition of Time Magazine was the stark red lettered question, Is God […]

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Conservation History in Social Space

The American conservation movement – beginning in the early 19th century – has been critiqued for privileging wilderness over ‘working […]

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What is Nature?

What is Nature?

What is Nature? This is a longstanding question which continues to trouble us.

Here I provide an account of the 12/7/15 discussion which contemplated this seemingly banal but overwhelmingly complex question. I follow my brief review with a series of remarks offered as an invitation for subsequent blogs to address this topic.

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Temporal Scale & Death

For the overburdened or procrastinators, the end of fall semester is an opportunity to play catch up on that which has been piled aside.

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Social Innovation in Conservation: Seminar in Review

An evening of sharing new innovations, focusing on conservation projects extending the social reach of the conservation field

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All Things Meaningless Under the Sun

Here I chronicle my trip from Point A to Point B: everything added up accounts for nothing.

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