The environment is more than plants and roads, including also how one is treated or perceived. All Black politics have an environmental dimension because Black people are still unable to simply exist in The United States.
Lane looked up from his book in the direction of Molly. He squinted his eyes with confusion and a slight irritation at her laughter.
The term and label of “human” is used to discern what receives moral consideration and what can be seen as simply a resource.
The similarities between the tourist industry today and settler presence in the Caribbean are striking: Both thrive on the idea that the Caribbean is a place that can (and should) be freely consumed, economically and visually, by Western people.
Long awaited moonlight, emanating
My love is here
threading herself through this fickle forest
from the branches
through my roots, into everything.
I’m being conquered
the dead king
They sing to her grace
We are moonlit after all
Nature is …
They knew the surrounding wilderness like the backs of their hands, or rather, the wilderness and the backs of their hands were continuous, separated by no boundary.
"There cannot be a clear division, a borderline, between landscape and me. Rather, we flow through each other. Maybe we are fundamentally made from the same material."
"The question of the relationship between humans and our technologies is not a new discussion and neither is the fear that technology may lead to a possible 'dehumanization' or 'denaturalization.'"
In the quest to restore a healthy relationship with nature, contemporary civilizations could look to hunter-gatherer societies.