Friday, June 29, 2012
For any culture to be sustainable in any particular place—and it seems self-evident that on a finite planet the only culture worth having is a sustainable one—it must have a deep and intimate relationship with that place. If the culture moves, it must adapt itself to the will of the locality, or it will consume the locality and the locality will die, which means, on a finite planet, that the culture will die as well. Derrick Jensen: The Culture of Make Believe

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