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August 29, 2020

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Beyond Words: A Conversation with Carl Safina

Our relationship to most living things is, and must be I think, a moral one not a practical one.

– Carl Safina –

Beyond Words: A Conversation with Carl Safina

“Safina’s journey in ecology and conservation took him through his PhD and then back to the obvious. I learned this is called anthropomorphizing and you’re not supposed to do that. The orthodox view is that other animals don’t have human thoughts or emotions. I learned all of that and then realized that what I knew when I was seven was actually more accurate.” More in this interview with Safina.

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Be The Change

Don’t let the enormity of all the facets of the environmental problem stop you. We can always do something. We can think about what well eat, who we will vote for, what we will buy, what groups we will support or join, what we will talk about, who we want to be in the world and the list can go on.

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