9_Human_animals2011 - Humans and other animals: Are we...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Humans and other animals: Are we natural, too?
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Introduction Humans/nature Nature/culture If humans are part of nature, ethical implications for anthropogenic change?
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Humans: nature and culture Go “back to nature” (be more “natural”) to “fix” anthropogenic change?
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Are human-caused environmental changes part of humans’ “nature” or “culture”? Both? How can culture help us develop more ethical relationships with non-human nature?
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Sources and additional readings Michael Pollan, Second Nature Marcus Hall, Earth Repair: A Transatlantic History of Environmental Restoration Matthew Klingle, The Emerald City Chandra Mukerji, Territorial Ambitions and the Gardens of Versailles Richard White, The Organic Machine
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Cathedral Pines July 1989 tornado Housatonic River Valley Old-growth white pine forest (not that big, 80 arcs) 1883 family protected forest from logging 1967 Nature Conservancy 1985 “National natural landmark”
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