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Thirsting for Green: The Color and Poetry of the Environmental Movement

No Impact Man had a great post today about the way the green movement moves. It may surprise you to realize that it moves much like the rest of modern life: in too many directions at once, and thus, perhaps, not where all those text messages and emails say it wants to go. It's important to stand ...

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Tags: Art, Guernica, Justice, Lorca, Movement, Picasso, Poetry, Senses, Spain
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The New Green Cool: Integral to Sustainability?

The green movement has an uncertain relationship to "cool." From the 1960s through the 70s, anti-establishment sentiment was running high enough that environmentalism could piggyback upon the civil rights movement, the Native rights movement, anti-material sentiments, and the belt-tightening of t...

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Tags: Beauty, Culture, Design, Green, Marketing, Movement
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Earth Day and Black History Month: Crossing the Divide Between Causes

In their ongoing discussion of whether Earth Day is meaningful, Grist had a post, "Broadening the Earth Day tent", about race and the environmental movement: Despite the environmental movement’s new-found introspection on its largely white and affluent constituency, I still see a large gap to be...

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Tags: Community, Earth day, Ethnic, Minority, Movement, Pollution, Race, Scorecard
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