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Wilding, a longtime scholar of female mysticism, English Romantic poetry and environmentalism, uses lines of texts in her watercolors with an eye inspired by her enthusiastic relationship to Blake.
This group is determined to promote literacy, environmentalism, coding skills, nutrition and compassion.
Is Dark Mountain fierce and menacing, environmentalism’s version of an Icelandic black metal band?
Together, their creative lives emphasized the fin de siècle modernities that were floating in the air over a century ago: early environmentalism; feminist emancipation; town planning schemes that were at once utopian and feudal.
As investigated by Nylon and expanded in a recent New York Times Magazine column, this lifestyle/attitude equates plant care almost as an extension of self-care (and environmentalism).
Blakeslee deftly tells the story of the wolf, which encompasses wildlife, wilderness, hunting, activism, politics, tourism, environmentalism and people.
Hefner's son, Cooper, also leads a discussion about conservation and environmentalism in the issue.
Together, their creative lives emphasized the fin de siècle modernities that were floating in the air over a century ago: early environmentalism
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