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Imagining A Green World for All

Transitioning to the Green World We All Long to See

A old growth tree in Bali, Indonesia — Trees cycle nutrients, sequester carbon, subtract more CO2 than they add, support biodiversity and increase the consciousness of their forest community. Imagine if our homes and enterprises did likewise. -photo by the author
Plastic washing up on the beaches of Bali, Indonesia has become an issue that has mobilized the community and government of the island.

NEXT: Plastics Primordial Planetary Story

This is the second installment a series laying a theory of Green — what I am calling An Earthen Ethics.



A deep dive into what it really means to be green.

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Russell Maier → Green ethics, ecological metaphysics, regenerative philosophy. Earth builder & Forest Gardener.