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Political Ecology and the Anecdote of the Jar

Governments the world over have been imagined in different forms. In some cases, a society's governing structure has been seen as a benevolent patriarch, a contract among equals, a custodian of what is or a shepherd that will lead us to the future. What would be the result if we thought of politi...

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Tags: Collective, Ecology, Environmental, Interdependence, Policy
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Green and Behind Bars: Research and Training for Inmates

No matter what you think about our prison system, it's hard to argue about our burgeoning correctional facilities as being anything other than a huge use of resources, producing little in return. That may be changing as these provinces of orange jumpsuits begin to go green. Whether it's green job...

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Tags: Ecology, Environment, Frog, Inmate, Prison, Society, Training
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