we don't need to change how we do conservation, we need to change why we do it

Indigi-Futurism, the Video

“[McLuhan’s maelstrom story] is a marvelous metaphor for the way to keep one’s head above water in a changing world. Rather than be sucked into a yawning, gaping mess, be nimble and analyze the broader scope of what’s going on. Don’t hang on to something that’s going to drag you down. You may not like your environment, but don’t allow it to overtake you or drown you.” — Douglas Coupland

Excuse my scratchy voice. Throat problems. Here again I’m doing most of the talking, but I promise next post we’ll hear much more from Terry. (If you want to read the original post, go back to HOME/blog and scroll down.)

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