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‘Wilderness and the American Mind’: An Intellectual History of Our Relationship to Nature

Understanding our past so we can better navigate our future.

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In many regards, the movement to fight climate change has come out of and is bound to the traditions and political coalitions of environmentalists. So, it is vital that we understand these roots, learn from the…

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Cameron Catanzano

Cameron Catanzano

Reader, Hiker, and JD Candidate in Portland, Oregon.

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