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This book proposes and defends the practice of urban gardening as an ecologically and socially beneficial, culturally innovative, morally appropriate, ethically uplifting, and politically incisive way for individuals and variously networked collectives to contribute to a successful management of some defining challenges of the Anthropocene – this new epoch in which no earthly place, form, entity, process, or system escapes the reach of human activity – including urban resilience and climate change.
biodiversity conservation environmental education environmental ethics environmental virtues global environmental quandaries stewardship ritualization
Springer International Publishing AG 2017
Religion and Philosophy
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