Current reading on Open Humanities Press

Currently in Alaska at the Week of the Arctic conference, which I’ll write about soon, I’m reading this book on Open Humanities Press and need to share it:

“An ecological movement does not follow these rules: it forces us to consider whether economic growth, which inevitably involves a greater use of natural resources, is even viable in the long term, and if so, what it might look like; it demands that we reconstruct our entire industrial infrastructure and potentially deindustrialize many of our practices; it forces us to give up our assumption that we can continue to “develop” previously undisturbed natural spaces; and as a result, it asks us to relinquish, or at least consider relinquishing, the idea that our collective abundance will forever increase.”

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