Speaking of the alleged death of environmentalism, ONE/Northwest has a few discussions thereof, introduced here, including some righteous umbrage from Tim Greyhavens, Executive Director of Wilburforce Foundation and Aron Thompson, ONE/Northwest board member. ONE'er Jon Stahl also links to this piece in the Tyee, which discusses the stuff from a Canadian perspective. For various reasons, I find all the responses unsatisfying. A lot of it just amounts to, "No we're not!" and "We must redouble our efforts!" There's talk about a more positive, inclusive vision, but what is it? It so happens I'm hard at work on an editorial on …
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